Rabbit Health in the
2nd Edition, By Kathy
This is a book
about rabbit health from a caretaker's perspective and is written
for people with little or no medical or veterinary
Rabbit Health in the 21st Century is not intended to ever replace a
visit to a veterinarian. Its goal is to help rabbit caretakers play
a more active, informed role in their rabbit's health care
in the 21st Century contains the most up to date information. It is
a 208-page paperback book with 50 black and white pictures. To find
out more, please read the Table of Contents
A note from the author: “I decided to write
this book's predecessor, Rabbit Health 101, on the day my beloved
Smokey lost his five-month battle with cancer. I realized how much
medical knowledge I had picked up during those months, and as a
tribute to Smokey's courage, I wanted to share what I had learned
with other bunny caretakers. One of Kansas City's finest rabbit
veterinarians, Dr. Noella Allan, reviewed the entire
From Emily Emerton of Rochester hills, Michigan on 4/12/2016.
Very informative and trustworthy sources. Great for older bun owners who have to deal with medical issues and how to treat them. I love the homeopathic remedies suggested too.
Great as a reference
From Emily Emerton of Rochester hills, Michigan on 3/28/2016.
This is a great source for when anything medical comes up regarding bun. My rabbit broke her leg October 2015 and this book was great for finding natural remedies as well as different medicines to ask the vet about. It's great for the more advanced bun owners and for those who are medically savvy. Also . . .
From Anonymous of palos hills, Illinois on 4/24/2013.
We got this to prepare for more advanced medical issues. It's approachable for laymen and is a good source of somewhat more advanced bunny medical information.
From Kimberly of thompson, Manitoba on 3/31/2013.
I own about dozen books and i find that there is always something new to learn,you can never have too many books when you want to learn as much as you can,very helpfull book
Great Info for Older Rabbits
From kimberlypdx of Portland, Oregon on 3/28/2013.
I bought this book wanting to learn more about how to keep my bun healthy. It has great information, but most of it is on conditions that do not currently apply to my bun, who is young and very healthy. I do feel better having it on hand, especially since I am planning on adding another bun to the family . . .
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