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by Anne McBride

eBook Why Does My Rabbit . . . ? (Pet Care) download ISBN: 0285635506
Author: Anne McBride
Publisher: Souvenir Press; Revised edition (September 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1517 kb
Fb2: 1172 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Pets and Animal Care

Good advice on care and most aspects of owing Rabbits as pets.

Paperback – 20 Apr 2000. by. Anne McBride (Author). Good advice on care and most aspects of owing Rabbits as pets.

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Why Does My Rabbit…? 204 printed pages. Many of the problems that rabbits demonstrate can be avoided if their living conditions are adapted to follow their natural instincts and Anne McBride explains how to do this. Rabbits are now the third most popular pet in Britain but few owners understand their behavioural problems. She describes how rabbits live and breed in the wild, and the instincts your pet rabbit has inherited, which makes it act as it does

Both rabbits and guinea pigs require specialized veterinary care, if you want to do right by them.

Both rabbits and guinea pigs require specialized veterinary care, if you want to do right by them. While recent veterinary school grads are more versed in the care of exotics than their predecessors, ones that are specialized exotics vets have more training, which makes them more aware of their patients' species’ and/or breeds' quirks and needs.

Advice on care of rabbits covers caging, correct feeding, spaying and . Today, pet rabbits are considered to be members of the family. by Anne McBride (2003).

Advice on care of rabbits covers caging, correct feeding, spaying and neutering, litter training, health care, which includes warm-weather concerns, and much more. Barron's popular and highly detailed series of " Pet Handbooks " are written for dedicated pet owners seeking comprehensive information on the care of their chosen pets. Titles in the series cover a wide range of animals and breeds. They are spayed/neutered pets kept indoors and pampered with special toys and treats.

Pet Care) Paperback – September 2003 by Anne McBride. A fab book by Dr Anne McBride

Pet Care) Paperback – September 2003 by Anne McBride. Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund. What others are saying. Pet Care) Paperback – September 2003 by Anne McBride. A fab book by Dr Anne McBride. Hare Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit House Rabbit Enough Is Enough Beautiful Rabbit Cute Bunny Bunny Care Bunny Rabbits Rabbit Hutches. Photo by karamsingh Rabbits can be cute and gentle pets but caring for them will require an understanding of their behavior. These soft and lovable animals. Wire flooring in a rabbit cage is not good for your rabbit's feet.

Why Does My Rabbit by Anne McBride The inside story on rabbit behavior, based on the author’s doctoral dissertation. ASPCA Pet Care Guide for Kids by Mark Evans A practical guide that teaches children how to be responsible rabbit owners. Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents: Clinical Medicine and Surgery Hillyer & Quesenberry, eds. Useful for anyone seeking to understand common clinical problems.

com User, May 4, 2008. Anne McBride's book on rabbit behavior describes both the normal and abnormal in rabbit actions

com User, May 4, 2008. Anne McBride's book on rabbit behavior describes both the normal and abnormal in rabbit actions. In all, it is a handy book for rabbit lovers and owners to use in discovering more about these unique and lovable animals. com User, November 10, 2006.

Why do bunnies shake when they're frightened? Are they shaking or is it just hiccups? Is my rabbit actually shaking? . My one rabbit pet just died this morning and my other rabbit is shakking his head fastly like he is shivering. Plz help me What should i do. Answer.

Why do bunnies shake when they're frightened? Are they shaking or is it just hiccups? Is my rabbit actually shaking? Is my rabbit's shaking an abnormal sign? Can I prevent my rabbit from shaking? Why do they shake when it's hot? Rabbits (or bunnies as many prefer) do not take heat very well.

Rabbits are popular domesticated pets, but many develop problems because of living conditions that do not allow them to follow their behavioral instincts. This guide to troubleshooting rabbit behavior clues owners in to the history of the domesticated rabbit and describes how rabbits live and breed. Common problems among rabbit owners are discussed, as are probable causes for irregular behavior, including instincts that make rabbits behave in certain ways. Both hutch and house rabbits, as well as troubles specific to each, are covered.
Comments: (7)
Tantil
Before you buy one, read up! Before you give up on a bunny, read this book! Before you know it, your bunny with be your buddy, too! My bunny and I bonded immediately but he wasn't always mindful of my rules... now I know why he needs to dig and chew and I provide alternatives for him. He has his own bedroom that has been completely bunny-proofed and is allowed in the half of the house that has no carpet. Cords are covered in cloth and he seems to leave them alone now. He is the best pet I have ever had and is as affectionate as a dog and as playful as a cat. He is litter trained, and I feed him only vegies and hay. This book helped me understand his fear of being in the open yard with me, and to expect him to chew and dig because he is a rabbit.
Brakora
This is a study of the behavior of the domestic rabbit and its ancestor, the European wild rabbit. It has answers to almost all the questions you will ever have about why your rabbit acts the way it does. The author puts problem behaviors like biting in perspective, explaining the natural impulses behind them and providing ways to guide your rabbit out of them. Because our domestic rabbits have been bred mainly for appearance rather than for behavioral traits, they are still very close to their wild brethren in their behavioral habits. Thus, the author spends quite a bit of time exploring how rabbits live in the wild, and then shows how these behaviors carry forward into the domestic situation. This is a valuable work, as it is currently difficult to find information in print on wild rabbit behavior.
Voodoosida
This is the most comprehensive easy-to-read book on rabbit behavior I have found. I've had rabbits for five years and read a lot about their behavior. However, this book taught me so much more. I now have a much better understanding of why my rabbits do the things they do. What I especially like about this book is that it addresses issues for both indoor and outdoor rabbits. I didn't realize how many mistakes I was making when I let my rabbits "roam free" outside in nice weather. For example, I did not realize that vast, open spaces in the outdoors are frightening for rabbits, especially if they don't have some enclosure in which to hide. I will not make that mistake again.
Overall, this is an excellent book. It has given me much deeper insight into my rabbits' behaviors.
Qane
Deepdiving, thourough book on domesticated and wild rabbit behaviour. Strongly recommend this to all rabbit owners. Have a nice read!
Adrietius
I found this book to be very informative and helpful in helping me care for my pet bunny. This book answered questions I had about my bunny, and gave solutions on how to solved problems or deal with certain issues. It also deals with medical issues, diseases your pet bunny could get, and vaccinations your bunny will need which I did not know, nor was this information give to me by my vet.
Inabel
Great book for beginning caretaker or expert handler. Love our bunnies!!!
Quemal
Answers a lot of questions about rabbit behavior and prepared us for when our bunny reached puberty (and went a little nutty for a while).
This is a great book for anyone interested in rabbit behavior. The author really has done her research! I would like to see more research articles, but that's just me. I suspect that this book would be appreciated by anyone who loves rabbits.