Black & Decker 24 Weekend Projects for Pets: Dog Houses, Cat Trees, Rabbit Hutches & More

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Cool Springs Press, Jul 15, 2007 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Most pet owners keep at least two different types of animals-dogs and cats are the most common pairings-and a surprisingly large number keep even more animals. Domestic birds; pet rabbits, mice and other rodents; ferrets, snakes, turtles-some people may even raise a goat or potbellied pig or two. On top of this, most lovers of domestic pets are also are enthusiastic supporters of wildlife. feeding birds and squirrels all winter long, or creating shelters for butterflies, toads, and even bats.

This book provides nearly two dozen ingenious and fun do-it-yourself projects for anyone who loves animals of all types-from lowly bugs to aristocratic purebred show pets. This is a perfect book for parents or grandparents introducing children to the wonders of raising pets and observing wildlife.

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Review: Black & Decker 24 Weekend Projects for Pets

User Review  - Peregrine 12 - Goodreads

I've read through the different projects, looked at the tools required, and I think I can do this. It looks good right now - I'll update this after I've actually built something using the plans in this book. Read full review

Review: Black & Decker 24 Weekend Projects for Pets

User Review  - Charlie - Goodreads

Its really good, it tells you how to make a rabbit hutch, dog kennels, cat scratching post, a dog bed, cat climbers and much, much more! I love this book. If you love to work with wood and you love pets, then you will love this book! Read full review

About the author (2007)

David Griffin is a highly-sought professional handyman with a growing reputation as a freelance writer. He is the author of Plumbing 101, and the editor of Fences, Gates & Garden Walls. He lives in Minneapolis, MN

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