How to Live with an Urban
By Marinell Harriman
What is different
about the 5th edition? The best of the previous edition is still there
though in some places condensed a little to make room for newer
information. Basic facts unfold in both text and pictures, making
the information easier to understand. Many new photographs, some of
them in color, have been added to old favorites in black and
included: choosing a rabbit, handling, housing setups, bunny
proofing, exercise, toys, house training, behavior, bonding, diet,
and medical care. As in previous editions, caregivers across the
continent have shared their recent discoveries and
From Shelly of St. Pete, Florida on 1/26/2015.
I've read multiple Rabbit books. I highly recommend this book due to the level of education especially regarding medical care. I love how it gives diagrams of rabbit anatomy. I feel if your going to have a pet as fragile as a rabbit then it's important to understand everything about them. This book . . .
From Claire Lizak of La Grange Park, Illinois on 7/11/2014.
I read this book and thought it had a good amount of useful information. I like that it is up to date, and has very reliable info.
The consise classic
From Jack White Rabbit of Yuba City, California on 12/17/2012.
In my opinion this book should leave with every adopted rabbit. It's easy to read with clear ideas on how best to care for your house rabbit. Highly Recommended!
Is REALLY Helpful
From Judy of Milpitas, California on 5/18/2012.
I have never had a bunny before, just socialized bunnies at the Humane Society. So I have found this really useful.
From Anonymous of Chaska, Minnesota on 12/7/2011.
Much better than the bunny book the pet store sold us. I love the fact that the author has had bunnies and knows them well.
From Anonymous of Mansfield, Ohio on 10/28/2011.
A great resource book of House Rabbit information, a must have for a rabbit owner.
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