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A portion of your purchase will be used to help abandoned house rabbits.

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The Rabbit Care Guide

HRC's Rabbit Care Guide

HRC’s Rabbit Care Guide

Great for new rabbit owners (with worthwhile tips for the seasoned caregivers, too).   See our booklet available on line on our website.

Email us for a printed copy

House Rabbit Handbook

(4th edition, published 2005) by Marinell Harriman $14.13 (including tax and S & H)

House Rabbit Handbook

House Rabbit Handbook

The House Rabbit Handbookcoined the term “house rabbit” and continues at the forefront of rabbit care and appreciation. Packed with the collective wisdom of bunny-lovers and charming, candid photos of their pets, this fourth edition keeps pace with a more knowledgeable and demanding readership. This revision includes updated health-care and dietary information, accompanied by diagrams and photo illustrations, and chapters on understanding rabbit language, choosing a rabbit, and safety issues. A new section includes revised recommendations for rabbit space and how to creatively integrate it with human space. Fresh housing options described here include “condos” and “Xpens.” Exercise and ways to encourage it is the subject of another new section, covering how the shape of an exercise area can determine whether it’s used, along with equipment and stimulating “activities” for rabbits. Also here are improved techniques for litter box training, bunny proofing, lifting and handling, grooming and bonding; behavior insights from expert caregivers; dealing with elderly, special-needs, and disabled bunnies; and much more.

Rabbit Health in the 21st Century: A Guide for Bunny Parents, 2nd edition

paperback, by Kathy Smith: $22.57 (including tax and S & H)

Rabbit Health in the 21st Century

Rabbit Health in the 21st Century

This user-friendly book on pet rabbit health from a caretakerÂ’s perspective is written for people with little or no medical or veterinary background. Its goal is to help rabbit owners play a more active, informed role in their rabbitÂ’s health care decisions. It should never substitute for a trip to the veterinarian!The bookÂ’s predecessor, Rabbit Health 101, received a favorable review in Exotic DVMVeterinary Magazine. The revised edition incorporates feedback from veterinarians across the country and includes the latest information for the new millennium.Topics include:- Choosing and establishing a relationship with a veterinarian
– Symptoms and safe treatment options for a variety of conditions
– Diagnostic tests and how to understand what they tell your veterinarian
– Drugs (prescription, over the counter, and supplements)
– Alternative medicine
– Coping with loss
– Resources and referencesStories and pictures of rabbits from around the world are sprinkled throughout the book, adding personal touches to serious topics. By the time you have read the entire book you will feel that you know Smokey, who inspired the original Rabbit Health 101, and Murray, who contributed so much to this most recent update.
About the Author
Kathy Smith combines 20 years of pharmaceutical industry experience with her passion for rabbits to offer a unique perspective on rabbit health aimed at the average pet owner. Kathy writes newsletter articles for and donates proceeds from this book and Rabbit Health 101 to rabbit rescue organizations around the world.

Rabbits: Gentle Hearts, Valiant Spirits

glossy paperback with full color photographs and illustrations, by Marie Mead: $23.63 (including tax and S & H)

Rabbits: Gentle Hearts, Valiant Spirits

Rabbits: Gentle Hearts, Valiant Spirits

Product Description
Rabbits: Gentle Hearts, Valiant Spirits has been named as Finalist in the 2008 Benjamin Franklin Awards, Best New Voice (Nonfiction) category, from PMA, the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Marie Mead has authored twenty uplifting stories based on actual events. Many of the stories are about rabbits originally rescued by the House Rabbit Society, Best Friends Animal Society, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue, or the Rabbit Sanctuary. Despite the fact that most of the stories begin with rescues from traumatic situations, the happy endings of these true accounts will leave readers inspired. The pieces emphasize rabbits resilient nature and how their personalities flourish when coupled with compassionate human care.The book also includes personal contributions by best-selling authors Susan Chernak McElroy and Dr. Bernie Siegel, two accounts by collaborator Nancy LaRoche, a foreword by Dr. Michael W. Fox, and color photos and artist illustrations.Those who already know and appreciate rabbits will enjoy the stories about individual bunnies. Readers less familiar with rabbits will be amazed by the complexity of their nature: the curiosity, intelligence, sociability, and courage. In addition to their presentation in the stories, these often-misunderstood creatures are further explained through short About Rabbits addendums to each chapter, containing tidbits of wisdom about the prey animals psyche, instincts, and physical attributes. Although this is not a how-to rabbit care book, it includes a few select articles written expressly for the resource section.
About the Author
Marie Mead’s love of animals and respect for nature have shaped her life, spurring her interest in ecology, animal ethics, and alternative healing. For more than twenty years, she has been involved in various capacities with animal rescue, advocacy, and education. Within the last decade, Marie has become expert in the hands-on care of rabbits and has shared this knowledge through consultations and writing. She provides both permanent and foster havens for abused and neglected companion animals, including rabbits, many of whom have special needs. Visit Marie at celebratingrabbits.com.Collaborator Nancy LaRoche has been involved with rabbit rescue since 1991. She is the founder and co-manager of the Colorado House Rabbit Society, where she oversees the operation of a large shelter, provides training in rabbit care, and works with law enforcement on abuse cases. Her writings have appeared in Fur & Feather and Rabbits USA. Nancy and her partner, Earl, share their home with rabbits, a cat, and two dogs.

Bumper Sticker

$2.00 (including tax and S & H)

bumper sticker

Emergency Decal

$2.00 (including tax and S & H)

emergency decal

“Getting Started: Clicking With Your Rabbit” Also included is a clicker.

By Joan Orr (Author) and Teresa Lewin (Contributor)

 

$21.50 for both together (including tax and S & H)

“i-Click” clicker (colors vary, not shown actual size)

Clicking with Your Rabbit is a definitive guide to caring for your bunny, teaching him or her safe interaction, amazing tricks and even useful behaviors like coming to you when called by name! Bunnies are wonderful pets when you know how to bring out their bunny best! You don’t have to be a magician to have your bunny love you. All you need is Clicking with Your Rabbit!

  • Paperback: 88 pages
  • Publisher: Sunshine Books, Inc. (May 15, 2006)
  • Language: English

 

Photo Frame/Veggie List Refrigerator Magnet Set

$3.00 for both together (including tax and S & H)

frame & list