How to Care for Your Pet Rabbits

Including Choosing the Best Breeds for Pets

Non-Fiction - Animals
31 Pages
Reviewed on 11/04/2014
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Author Biography

Born in the lush and beautiful state of Washington, author Amber Richards has always been surrounded by inspiration. She has been writing and creating for as long as she can remember and today still calls the Pacific Northwest home.

Amber’s books span a multitude of topics, but all have one thing in common. Her love of nature, children and family are the basis of each, and her passion is apparent on every page. Most recently she has added watercolor artist to her catalogue of talents, and needs only to gaze out her window for daily motivation.

When Amber isn’t breathing life into a new book or painting, she is surrounded by a loving family. She is the proud mother of two children and enjoys every moment she spends with her five grandchildren.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite

There is a difference between breeding rabbits and owning one as a pet. If you want to do the latter, this book is what you are looking for. Amber Richards’ Everything About Rabbits not only includes a comprehensive list of rabbit varieties, but most significantly, it tells you how to take care of these playful animals. Before getting one, it is very helpful to read her useful tips on choosing a rabbit to help you decide if you want the small breed, medium breed or large breed. One can also opt for a Lop or Fur rabbit type. After you make your choice, you should learn how to take general care of your pet rabbit, beginning with making preparations in your home to welcome your new pet to building a rabbit cage.

With its helpful tips, Everything About Rabbits is indeed a must-have for prospective rabbit owners. This is especially true if you want them as pets or for the showroom. A professional rabbit breeder herself, Amber Richards certainly knows what she is talking about. Focusing on the do’s and dont’s of raising rabbits as pets, the author comes up with an easy but informative guide that will allow readers to enjoy their new pets. And this is one of the aims of this book, to let you discover the joy of having rabbits as pets. Owning a pet brings with it some responsibilities and it could turn some people off, but this book makes learning the basics of rabbit care and feeding quite easy. And without going into complicated scientific jargon, one can learn which types of rabbit are the right pets for your family and which ones to avoid.