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Bunny"s guide to caring for your rabbit

Anita Ganeri

Bunny"s guide to caring for your rabbit

by Anita Ganeri

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Published by Capstone Heinemann Library in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rabbits,
  • Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAnita Ganeri
    SeriesPets" guides
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF453.2 .G36 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25339675M
    ISBN 109781432971359, 9781432971427
    LC Control Number2012017417

    Rabbit RHDV2 Information -posted June In the rabbit project you can learn about selection and raising your animals, but also dive into health issues, management practices and careers! Learn the basic principles of animal science by owning, caring for, and keeping records on one or more head of rabbits. Even insects can spread the condition, so if your bunny spends time outside, they could be at risk. Step # Be In it for the Long Haul. If you love your lionhead rabbit and you do your best to take care of him or her, they can be in your life for quite a long time. On the shorter end, these bunnies tend to live eight years on average.

    Whether you are just starting out or a skilled rabbit rancher, Storey's Guide to "Raising Rabbits" is a must-have book for your library. Mr. Bennett's book is a revised edition of his Raising Rabbits the Modern Way. Nothing is left out this timeover 64 pages of information has been added to this edition.   Feed your rabbit. Talk to your vet about the right diet for your rabbit. In general, your rabbit should be fed a limited amount of pellets (about 1/8 cup per pound of body weight), fresh greens, and unlimited amounts of Timothy hay (or alfalfa hay if the rabbit is less than seven months old).Views: K.

    Please visit to obtain your complete printed or digital copy of this book. How to Pick Up Your Rabbit 1. To pick up your bunny, first make a “V” with your hand. 2. Slip your hand under the rabbit behind his front legs and find the balance point. 3. Lift your rabbit using your other hand to steady the hind end. The Definitive Guide To Outdoor Rabbit Care. The safety and well-being of your pet rabbits are of optimal importance if you decide to keep them outdoors. Having ample protection from the elements and predators is your main concern. Do not think that if you are living in the suburbs there is no danger to your rabbits.


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This item: Bunny's Guide to Caring for Your Rabbit (Pets' Guides) by Anita Ganeri Paperback $ In Stock. Ships from and sold by FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. The Everything Pet Rabbit Handbook: Your Ultimate Guide to Pet Rabbit Ownership, Training, and Care by Sarah Martin Paperback $/5(19).

Bunny's Guide to Caring for Your Rabbit (Pets' Guides) by Anita Ganeri. out of 5 stars Great book for children on caring for bunnies. Reviewed in the United States on Ap We bought this book for our 8 and 9 year old grandchildren before we gave them their bunnies. They loved the book and learned quite a bit/5.

On this book, Bunny the Rabbit finds how readers will have to go about opting for a pet rabbit, what provides they’re going to want, make a brand new rabbit feel at home, and correctly take care of a pet rabbit, together with feeding, exercising, and keeping a rabbit hutch blank.

In RABBITS, learn about different Bunnys guide to caring for your rabbit book, setting up the cage, feeding your rabbit a healthy diet, grooming and exercise needs, and helping her get along with other pets.

Also read about training your rabbit and what her different behaviors mean. This book will help you keep your rabbit healthy and happy.5/5(3). How to look after your rabbit is an easy to read and informative book will provide children aged eight to ten vital information on how to look after their new pet rabbit.

This book contains information on: Popular rabbit breeds; Sussex, Dutch, Himalayan, Havana, Standard Chinchilla and Palamino. If you want to keep pet bunnies or exhibit rabbits at shows, the 4-H Guide to Raising Rabbits has everything you need to know about selecting and caring for healthy animals.

Advice on feeding, housing, and much more will help you set up your own rabbitry. The information in this book includes: Maintaining clean hutches and nest boxesReviews: How to Care for Pet Rabbits Learn how properly care for your rabbit and follow our tips and advice for being a responsible rabbit owner.

Rabbits are also highly social animals that crave contact and interaction with their human caretakers. They need a lot more time and effort than people assume, but the payoff is a curious, playful companion that will be part of the family for years.

Here's how to provide the best care for your pet rabbit. Place a cardboard box or “rabbit condo” in the cage so the bunny has a comfortable place to hide, and respect your animal’s need for quiet time (rabbits usually sleep during the day and night, becoming playful at dawn and dusk).

When rabbits are kept in a cage, they need to be let out for several hours each day for exercise. Finally, don’t keep house plants accessible to your bunny. Some common plants are poisonous if consumed but that won’t stop your bunny from chewing on them.

Rabbit Nutrition. Bunnies are strict herbivores which means their bodies can only digest vegetable material. They need to be fed a diet rich in fiber so look for pellets with a high. Even the best quality rabbit pellet is not adequate on its own as a diet for pet rabbits.

Plenty of fresh grass hay is very important in a rabbit's diet, as are fresh greens and vegetables. The right diet is critical to keeping pet rabbits healthy. Get the scoop on feeding your rabbit a well balanced and high fiber diet. Bunnies need preventative medical care. Just like dogs, cats, and other pets, rabbits need regular medical attention.

This means a trip to the vet just after you get your new bunny to ensure that he/she is healthy and that you are doing all the right things to keep him/her so, plus annual check-ups to ensure he/she remains healthy.

This guide takes you through everything you need to know, from deciding whether a rabbit is the right pet for you, where to find a rabbit and how to keep it healthy and happy, to understanding what is really going on in your rabbit's head.

For more in-depth reading please visit our A to Z or simply click on the links within the guide. Bunny's Guide to Caring for Your Rabbit (Pets' Guides) Anita Ganeri.

out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Rabbits: A Rabbit Care Handbook for Complete Beginners (Rabbits as Pets, Rabbit Books, Rabbit Care 1) Sarah Yee. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $/5(). Written by animal experts, these illustrated guides provide all the practical advice needed to care for your pet.

This easy-to-use family guide is full of helpful advice on how to choose a rabbit and how best to look after s: Summary: Join Bunny the Rabbit as she reveals everything you need to know about caring for a new pet rabbit.

Topics covered include how to choose a pet rabbit, what supplies rabbit owners will need, how to make a new rabbit feel at home, and how to care for the new arrival, including feeding, exercising, and keeping a rabbit house clean. In this book, Bunny the Rabbit reveals how readers should go about choosing a pet rabbit, what supplies they Titles in the Pets' Guides series teach young readers how to care /5.

Rabbit curriculum teaches youth about raising rabbits, body parts, breeds, costs of raising a rabbit, how to care for a rabbit and much, much more. Heinemann first library. Written from the point of view of Bunny the Rabbit, this book reveals how to choose a pet rabbit, what supplies will be needed, and how to properly care for a pet rabbit.

Add library to Favorites Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Bunnies are pack animals and if your rabbit likes you, then you are automatically part of the pack.

If your bunny is thumping its hind leg, then it is most likely trying to warn you (the pack) so you can escape from the danger it is sensing. When our fire alarm went off recently, Ronja went crazy with thumping until we got it turned off.

Digging. Or why not design your very own web page, on this site, all about your rabbit, complete with photographs.

To do this, go to the 'Rabbit breeds' page and complete the form at the bottom. You can upload up to 4 photos and even have a separate page for each pet.The easy way to get all of this information is to buy my new book, "The Bunny Lover's Complete Guide To House Rabbits" which is available in print or digital download in many formats.

All of the basics and many advanced techniques are described in both words and the many pictures, such as how to pick up your rabbit or trim his toe nails.This is not the case – a hutch should serve as a temporary enclosure for your rabbits, and a safe place to sleep.

If your rabbits are kept in a hutch, it must be attached to a run with plenty of space for them to run, jump, sit/stand upright, exercise and express normal rabbit behaviours.

Your rabbits will also need at least a few hours a day.