Why Does My Rabbit…? (Ebook)

Anne McBride

A guide to owning rabbits as pets - how to care for them and understand their behaviour.

Rabbits are now the third most popular pet in Britain but few owners understand their behavioural problems. 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. 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. With a range of problems, arranged alphabetically for easy-to-use accessibility, this book covers all types of rabbits, from hutch to house rabbits, and fully covers the specific problems that can affect them.

Publication date: 01/02/2011

£9.99

ISBN: 9780285639515

ISBN 10 / ASIN: B00796EA4U

Imprint: Souvenir Press

Subject: Humour & Gift, Reference

Anne McBride

Anne McBride

Anne McBride is a senior lecturer at the University of Southampton. Her area of interest is human-animal interactions and animal behaviour. She has done extensive research on rabbits and lives with bunnies in Southampton, England.