This little 36-page booklet is a dynamo for its relatively few pages and covers all of the latest know-how. It has 17 chapters chalk-full of the most critical and helpful information: health, 'psychology', diet, how to choose a vet, companions, bunny-proofing, toys, training, precautions, etc. Having kept bunnies for several years, I have read lots of books on their care. This is the quickest read while still being comprehensive enough to cover all the bases - the "cliff notes of bunny books."Lots of research obviously went into this revised edition, and it's written with care and love, keeping all of the charm of the first edition. If you aren't the kind who wants to read a 300 page hard back, this little primer will indeed tell you, in a nutshell, everything you need to know. It even tells you how to keep current via online links to rabbit organizations where the latest research is posted regarding "all-things-bunny." That way even if the book gets outdated, you won't.In conclusion, everyone who gets a bunny should read this little booklet first.
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