Dwarf Rabbit

Rabbits as pets, who have come into the world indoors or raised and raised and live in our homes, are not as resistant as animals in nature. Therefore, it is not good for them to be outside in the rain and snow as they cannot withstand the lower temperature, their hair does not dry as easily and can get fungus, can cause respiratory diseases and in general the body due to adverse environmental conditions.

In addition to these reasons, they are also likely to eat wet grass and shed snow, which severely interferes with their digestive system, resulting in diarrhea, hope, and in severe cases, death.