Rabbit Care Guide - Kathryn Lovett

Rabbit Care Guide

By Kathryn Lovett

  • Release Date: 2012-06-05
  • Genre: Pets
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 23 Ratings

Description

Rabbits are not like other pets. They are unique and you cannot just buy a rabbit, put it in a cage in the back yard, ignore it and expect it to flourish.

No one interested in rabbit care intentionally wants to hurt these innocent creatures. My book will help avoid hurting them and teach you how to hold them and care for them in the best way possible.

Here’s a brief list of what’s inside:

•What the beginner should know before getting the first rabbit
•Tips on the proper time and amount to feed your rabbit
•The best foods for maximum health
•Rabbits for business? Here’s what you need to know before beginning
•How to train your rabbit
•You can teach your pet to use a litter box
•Differences between domestic and wild rabbits
•The right way to cuddle, hold and play with your pet
•Know about the special toys for rabbits
•How to live with rabbits in your home
•How to take care of a sick rabbit
•When to consult a vet
•How to teach children about rabbit care
•…plus a lot more!

Reviews

  • I loved it

    5
    By RisaRoseRisa
    This is the best it gave so much information totally worth the two or three bucks it would have been better if it was only one dollar but it's ok :)
  • Grammar

    2
    By Omnomnomnom1235432343
    The content was good, I think. But trying to understand what the author was talking about was really hard. The grammar in this book is simply non existent. She for sure needs to have this proof read and updated.
  • :)

    4
    By Kayc429
    Pretty good. I learned a lot. It would be great if you could modify the list of fruits and veggies because it's a bit confusing as to which are good for the bunny and which ones sould be avoided. :)
  • Horrible Grammar

    2
    By Ommnommnommnomm
    I don't know how it's possible to publish a book with such horrible grammar. It is so bad that it interferes with my understanding of the content. How can I give credibility to the author when she can't even write properly? Should have at least had someone else proof read it before publishing it.