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Time hears put results and learn leash from on built are killed by a predator or escape by digging out of your yard. This is absolutely inevitable and it happen if given enough time. If allowed to live safely indoors, a spayed female can live to be ten or more years old. unspayed female living outdoors rarely live to be past five or six at the most. The sad news is that a rabbit is not safe from predators inside their hutch outdoors. Raccoons can open most of them and rabbits can have heart attacks from being scared to death if a predator comes too near their cage. There are several ways to house a rabbit safely indoors, such as using metal dog exercise pens which you can under link on site about How To House A Pet Rabbit. you decide to make your bunnies happy by giving them a safe new home for the You need to train them before you let them out. I give the command hutch, hutch, and two come running back, up the ramp and go crazy waiting inside for their treat I only give these certain treats when they return to their hutch they associate this behavior with this particular treat. Is your hutch big enough to hold both bunnies with lots of room to flop? Do you let them out daily? Teach them voice commands inside a room before you release them to the wild. I only let bunnies onto our unfenced front lawn once I was confident that they wouldn't run off and that they would return when called. This took a few weeks of constant training once we brought them home. Try to intice them back with carrots, apples, grapes. Good luck! I do not advocate rabbits living outdoor hutches. Pet rabbits live indoors and only farm rabbit live outside. There is a big difference between farm and pet rabbit how we keep them. Please reconsider having your bunnies live a hutch outside. indoor x-pen or condo is a much safer and healthier option and you get to enjoy your pets actually living with you. Please obtain a copy of book to learn more about the subject. Hi You need to -proof the area where your lives and plays. The area where he lives and spends most of his time needs to be absolutely safe for him at all time. You cannot watch him 24, he needs a safe area to spend most of his time. He should have two or three hours a day of run time or play time out to run a larger room size area. This area should be -proofed but not necessarily to the level that his abode area is. Still, you want to have poisonous house plants and any electrical cords protected or removed. Rabbits have teeth that grow constantly. They grow 8 inches a year. They chew order to down their teeth. This is why they should have unlimited amounts of fresh grass hay and things to chew on. I recommend using Google to search BUNNY-PROOFING to learn how to protect your rabbit from chewing the wrong stuff. Re: and Sorry to hear what happened! I just had two rabbits die as well. They died October 11th and 21st, with no apparent symptoms. I had just switched to Kaytee a couple weeks earlier. I doubt that this was the cause though. I was thinking it was a virus. They did not get into any toxins at house unless they were the food or hay. Where do you guys live? I live near the Nh MA border I have contacted a few local agencies but they told me they haven't had any reports of viruses going around. vet didn't know what caused their deaths. Hi is pretty much inside animal because it has a small hut i let him run around room for a few hours while I'm watching tv or whatever anyways i cleaned room today with dusting products for furniture and did the sides of windows. this kill