RABBITS USA 2014
ANNUAL It's here! A great resource
packed full of fun educational information about our favorite fuzzy
This issue is
a favorite with great articles like:
4 | Get Hopping On Shopping
Besides food and some treats, rabbits need numerous other items to
lead a happy, healthy life.
BY LAURA DOERING
12 | Hay, It's What's For Breakfast, Lunch &
Hay is your rabbit's best ally in the fight to maintain a balanced
BY ANNE FAWCETT BA(HONS) BSC(VET)(HONS) BVSC(HONS)
20 | We Are Lionheads Hear Us
Meet the new rabbit breed in the United States, and learn why it's
capturing people's hearts.
BY SAMANTHA JOHNSON
28 | Bad Bunnies, Or Just
Use these solutions to prevent or change six types of unwanted
behavior so that you and your rabbit enjoy a happy life
BY DEANA MAE NELSON
38 | The Joy Of Jump!
With a new organization to guide it, the sport of rabbit hopping is
set to gain more fans and participants than ever before in the
BY MARYLOU ZARBOCK
46 | Grooming Glory
Caring for your rabbit's grooming needs helps the bonding process
and keeps your bunny healthy.
BY IFSHA BUTTITTA
54 | Baby Bunny Care
Explore the world of baby bunnies, and learn tips about caring for
ARTICLE & PHOTOS BY CAROLINE CHARLAND
62 | Finding The Perfect Vet
You and your rabbit's veterinarian are a team in your pet's
well-being, and a little research can go a long way in finding the
best vet possible.
BY THE RABBITS USA EDITORS
66 | Rabbit Trauma 101
What you need to know abot 11 common types of rabbit injuries.
BY JENNIFER GRAHAM, DVM, DABVP (AVIAN / EXOTIC COMPANION
74 | Rabbit Health Concern: Blood In The
What does it mean if a rabbit's urine has blood in it, and what can
be done to preven or treat the cause?
BY LETICIA MATERI, PHD, DVM
80 | Pesticides, Predators & Parasites, Oh
Know the hidden and not-so-hidden dangers that lurk outside so you
can protect your rabbit from them.
BY DANIEL JOHNSON
86 | A Wild Connection
Your domesticated house rabbit may have more in common with his
wild relatives than you think.
BY CHRISTINE LAYTON
92 | A Place For Homeless Rabbits
As with cats and dogs, some pet rabbits lose their home; the lucky
ones end up at a rabbit rescue with a second chance of finding a
BY MARYLOU ZARBOCK
Rabbits USA includes an
extensive reference guide with in-depth breed profiles, new
products guide and comprehensive directories of clubs, resources,
and veterinarians.In the spirit of these
playful pets, Rabbits USA also includes entertaining features,
games and winners’ results from the annual Rabbits USA photo
From amaris of calgary, Alberta on 9/9/2013.
good book,great information
From Alexa of commerce , Michigan on 8/31/2013.
very good magazine! full of information, this is really worth $8.00
From Jennifer of -, Oregon on 5/1/2013.
Wish it was a monthly magazine! Lots of fun information.
Lots of great information
From Anonymous of Winston-Salem, North Carolina on 8/14/2012.
I'd give this magazine a 5-star rating, but there is a list in the back of "National Specialty Clubs," which includes breeders. As a member of the House Rabbit Society, I do not condone breeding.
Must read tool
From lisa konet of madison, Connecticut on 4/1/2012.
I always purchase this magazine yearly because it is filled with importaant and useful information about rabbit care. It also has an abundance of rabbit resources and sponsors. I have made some lifelong friends that are into their rabbits as much as I am into mine through this magazine. I also found . . .
From Tammy of Sula , Montana on 3/28/2012.
Very informative magazine! Lots of pictures and articles to help new bunny owners to the experienced bunny owners too!
My daughter can't wait for Easter for her new copy.
From Lori of Redmond, Washington on 3/11/2012.
I'll be back next year for my new copy. I love Binky Bunny for their personal touch.
I love it!
From Tracy of Columbus, Ohio on 6/29/2011.
I love Rabbits USA Magazine. In fact, I'm sad it only comes out once a year! It has great articles, and I can't wait to participate in the photo contest :)
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