Sunday, November 18, 2012
An excellent book for those who are experiencing specific problems when caring for their rabbits. Goes into enough detail to try and ensure that a rabbit owner when new to rabbits or experienced understands why they need to change their way of managing their rabbits or their way of thinking about the problem which exists.
A good read for anyone new to rabbits or those who have had rabbits for a while who want to understand why problems do occur and the best way of managing these problems.--jrn1310 Shop here
'House Rabbit' is an interesting book with some practical information about keeping rabbits at home. There are chapters on the history of rabbits, rabbit care, feeding, behaviour, shows, breeds, reproduction and health of rabbits. House rabbit owners may find themselves dipping into 'House Rabbit' from time to time. Anybody considering whether to keep rabbits at home will also find the book useful.--Mr. R Pudsey Shop here
Published in association with the RSPCA, the UK’s leading animal welfare charity, this practical family guide is full of expert advice on how to choose a rabbit and how best to look after it.
If you already own or are planning to buy a rabbit this easy-to-use introductory guide is a must. Clearly illustrated with colour photographs throughout, it covers all aspects of daily care including housing, feeding, handling, hygiene, grooming, exercise and first aid.
Published in association with the experts at the RSPCA, this book will help you ensure that you are giving your rabbit the best possible care. Shop here
Sandy Crook's book , Lop Rabbits as Pets, is a wonderful book devoted solely to the interests of lop rabbit owners, but any rabbit owner will appreciate the information provided on rabbit care and housing, as well as the many beautiful pictures that are displayed throughout the book.
One part of the book that I especially commend Sandy Crook on is her focus on lop rabbits (and I assume rabbits in general), as Pet Therapy pets. That is a wonderful idea, and more books should focus on that.
The lop rabbit breed descriptions are given along with the brief histories of the breeds, and as I mentioned, the pictures are just wonderful.
This book is a must for any and all lop eared rabbit enthusiasts, and most rabbit owners will appreciate the care tips and other information provided.--CorgiBuddy@aol.com Shop here
The Bunny Lover's Complete Guide To House Rabbits: The Ultimate Handbook for Successfully Living Indoors with a Pet Rabbit
If rabbits could write a book to tell us how to care for them, this would be the book they'd write. This book is so full of facts that every bunny parent should know, as well as tons of pictures. All of the descriptions have pictures with them to completely detail the point. This is a must-have for any rabbit parent, both novice and experienced. The author's perspective and keen sense and understanding of what his own rabbits' behaviors mean is excellent. I had my first house rabbit 24 years ago, and still, I learned so much from this book. I did not intend to read it cover-to-cover, but I could not put the book down. This is a great book for reading cover-to-cover, as well as a reference book complete with an index. This books gets 2 paws up (and 5 stars).--S Elderkin Shop here
Everyone who owns and cares for rabbits will benefit from Bob Bennett's practical guidance and comprehensive care instructions. Solid advice on breed selection, year-round care and feeding, and safe housing and sanitation help every owner -- from the commercial producer to the dedicated fancier -- raise happy, healthy rabbits.
This revised and updated fourth edition includes:
* Breed photographs
* Building plans for safe, comfortable housing
* Coverage of disease prevention and treatment
* Humane handling techniques
* Guidelines for showing
* Marketing and sales tips