A House Rabbit Primer: Understanding and Caring for Your Companion Rabbit

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Santa Monica Press, 2005 - 261 sider
A House Rabbit Primer: Understanding and Caring for Your Companion Rabbit is a complete, up-to-date handbook on all aspects of rabbit care for both new and experienced pet rabbit owners.

Just a few years ago, most pet rabbits were kept outdoors in hutches. That time is past. Today, pet rabbits are considered to be members of the family. They are spayed/neutered pets kept indoors and pampered with special toys and treats.

In A House Rabbit Primer, author Lucile C. Moore, Ph.D., provides pet rabbit owners with valuable information about the total care of their pet. Part one tells owners just what to expect from their new member of the family and gives detailed information on how to house, feed, and train a rabbit. Part two contains a comprehensive medical section. In addition to detailed information on many rabbit diseases, there are tips on creating a first-aid kit for rabbits as well as providing emergency care.

With more and more pet owners choosing to keep their rabbits indoors full time, this informative guide lays out practical information for making rabbits a healthy part of any family.

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One of the best books i've found on caring for a rabbit. It's not too technical & has alot of useful information that other books don't have. I highly reccomend this book for anyone who has rabbits. Læs hele anmeldelsen

A House Rabbit Primer: Understanding and Caring for Your Companion Rabbit

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This comprehensive manual covers everything readers need to know about keeping rabbits as pets in a well-organized and informative fashion. Moore holds a Ph.D. in biology with a specialty in animal ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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Om forfatteren (2005)

Lucile C. Moore holds a Ph.D. in biology with a specialty in animal behavior. She has worked as an animal behavior consultant and as a county rabbit superintendent. In her work as a county rabbit superintendent, she was responsible for the health and well-being of over 300 rabbits of more than 20 breeds. She lives in a remote country house near Flagstaff, Arizona with eight house rabbits, two cats, and abundant wildlife.

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