How To Build A Rabbit Hutch For Outside Purposes

Most rabbit hutches are actually designed for outdoor purposes. Thus, if you want to build a rabbit hutch, it must be able to stand through various tough weather conditions.

So how do you build a rabbit hutch suitable for outside purposes?

If you are new or doesn't have any experience in constructing a rabbit hutch, you may want to start from the beginning by reading my post entitled "Introduction On How To Build A Rabbit Hutch". This post discusses a short overview of what materials you need, tools, working area, design, assembly and some add-ons.

The next step is to browse for a good rabbit hutch outdoor design. I do have several designs here that you can choose from. You can find them under the Rabbit Hutch category or simply use the search button above.

Considering that you have now chosen a rabbit hutch design, you need to collect all the necessary materials that you need such as lumbers, wire-mesh and etc... Take note that you have to choose the type of materials that offers the best quality in terms of durability since you are making an outdoor rabbit hutch.

Are you ready?

Before you proceed with the construction, you also need to prepare the tools that you will be using. This has been discussed on this post entitled "Tools Needed For Building A Rabbit Hutch".

Follow all the given instructions carefully especially the sizes from the written guide of the design. If in case that you are building one of the designs that I shared on this blog and there are some instructions that you cannot understand, feel free to contact me and I will explain it to you more clearly.

You may also want to consider making some slight revisions. Here's a topic that I recently posted discussing about the 4 Common Outdoor Rabbit Hutch Design.


Finally, after you have completed your rabbit hutch. The final part that you need to consider is the "Cover". You have to know that the outside environment is full of dangers that can seriously harm your pet. Some of them are coldness, animal predators and everything that you can possibly think that can harm your rabbit.