pet health


Question by  Tknight (273)

What temperature should a Dutch rabbit have?


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Dutch rabbits are comfortable in the same range of external temperatures as any other rabbit and have the same internal temperature as any other rabbit. Rabbits of any kind who have had their fur trimmed will need more protection from weather.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

The proper temperature for any type of rabbit is around 70 to 80 degrees. If an rabbit is exposed to heat for two long, they will die. If they are exposed to cold they will freeze to death. Room temperature is the most ideal for any type of rabbit for good health.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

The average temperature for an rabbit is around 70 to 80 degrees. The most important thing to remember is that rabbits do not do well under extreme heat or extreme cold for an extended period of time. Climate control temperature look really well with the rabbits in order for the rabbit have a proper survival.


Answer by  bunnygal (262)

Regardless of breed, the average rectal temperature of a rabbit should fall between about 100 and 103 degrees Fahrenheit. Much outside of that range is cause for concern. A rabbit's temperature is usually taken to confirm suspicion of infection or illness due to the presence of other symptoms. Consider seeking veterinary assistance if this is the case.

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