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Let Brittany May and Penny Ausley help you choose the right kind of rabbit for your home, and answer your questions about housing, litter training, proper feeding, exercise, grooming, illnesses, playtime activities, normal/abnormal behavior, and more. So, you’re thinking about buying or adopting a pet rabbit. Wonderful! Or maybe you’ve already brought a fuzzy bundle of joy Let Brittany May and Penny Ausley help you choose the right kind of rabbit for your home, and answer your questions about housing, litter training, proper feeding, exercise, grooming, illnesses, playtime activities, normal/abnormal behavior, and more. So, you’re thinking about buying or adopting a pet rabbit. Wonderful! Or maybe you’ve already brought a fuzzy bundle of joy home and you’re realizing you could use a little guidance. Rabbits are adorable and soft and fun, but they also require a fair amount of work and knowledge to make sure they’re living a happy, healthy life. With the right approach, you will soon discover that your new pet rabbit can become your best pet ever. With time, attention, and patience, a deep bond can develop and you will be friends “furever.” Learn all about: Finding a vet Choosing an appropriate cage Pellets, hay, and fresh foods Growing herbs and lettuces for your bunny Toys to keep your rabbit engaged Illnesses to watch for And more! Make your first year with your bunny a fun and fulfilling experience that will bond you and your new rabbit for life.


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Let Brittany May and Penny Ausley help you choose the right kind of rabbit for your home, and answer your questions about housing, litter training, proper feeding, exercise, grooming, illnesses, playtime activities, normal/abnormal behavior, and more. So, you’re thinking about buying or adopting a pet rabbit. Wonderful! Or maybe you’ve already brought a fuzzy bundle of joy Let Brittany May and Penny Ausley help you choose the right kind of rabbit for your home, and answer your questions about housing, litter training, proper feeding, exercise, grooming, illnesses, playtime activities, normal/abnormal behavior, and more. So, you’re thinking about buying or adopting a pet rabbit. Wonderful! Or maybe you’ve already brought a fuzzy bundle of joy home and you’re realizing you could use a little guidance. Rabbits are adorable and soft and fun, but they also require a fair amount of work and knowledge to make sure they’re living a happy, healthy life. With the right approach, you will soon discover that your new pet rabbit can become your best pet ever. With time, attention, and patience, a deep bond can develop and you will be friends “furever.” Learn all about: Finding a vet Choosing an appropriate cage Pellets, hay, and fresh foods Growing herbs and lettuces for your bunny Toys to keep your rabbit engaged Illnesses to watch for And more! Make your first year with your bunny a fun and fulfilling experience that will bond you and your new rabbit for life.

30 review for Raising Happy Rabbits: Housing, Feeding, and Care Instructions for Your Rabbit's First Year

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aksana Vivek

    This book was very informative and detailed, and covered everything about rabbits.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Reader of Books

    This was a nice book, but I didn't like how they said you can keep a bunny alone. Rabbits are social creatures and need at least one bonded companion of their own species, no matter how much human attention they get. No human can replace a bunny friend that's with the bunny 24 hours a day. Also, the authors said they were against harnesses (rightly so), but their own bunny was wearing one in several pictures? Huh? This was a nice book, but I didn't like how they said you can keep a bunny alone. Rabbits are social creatures and need at least one bonded companion of their own species, no matter how much human attention they get. No human can replace a bunny friend that's with the bunny 24 hours a day. Also, the authors said they were against harnesses (rightly so), but their own bunny was wearing one in several pictures? Huh?

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