There are studies that describe cute and sweet New Zealand White rabbits as both heat and cold tolerant, which means that they adapt very well to outdoor living .
Sure, you’ll need to have plenty of space for an enclosure fit for a giant size breed, but their lovely personalities and cute looks are definitely worth sacrificing for!
The affectionate, gentle, and calm Dutch rabbit often tops the lists as one of the best rabbit breeds to keep as pets. However, they can adapt well to outdoor living,
Those cute floppy ears are not just for the show – the longer ears enable rabbits to regulate their temperature. So it doesn’t surprise that a French Lop rabbit is one hardy breed that adapts well to outdoor living.
The exotic, wild looks of the Belgian Hare stem from the fact that the breed was created by crossing domestic breeds with wild rabbits – all the way back in the 18th century.
From their mild temperament and friendly personality to their eye-catching looks, Californian rabbits are popular pets with good reason.
One of the most recognizable giant rabbit breeds, the Flemish Giant, is cherished for their wonderful personalities as well as their impressive size.
Whether it’s their beautiful looks or their great personality that got you interested in Rhinelander rabbits, it doesn't matter – these rabbits are fantastical through and through.