Caring for Your Rabbit
Each colorful volume includes information on the development, life cycle, grooming needs, behaviors, and nutritional requirements of each pet. A brief history of each animal and its domestication is discussed, and interesting facts and folklore surrounding the pet are provided. This series encourages young people to be responsible for their pets and helps them develop an understanding of how to care for them.
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