Hop to It: A Guide to Training Your Pet Rabbit
Samantha Hunter stresses the importance of understanding rabbits' body language, and behavior, exchanging signals you can both understand, and training rabbits as happy and rewarding pets. Her straightforward text advises on all practical aspects of keeping pet bunnies, and is easy to understand for beginners and experienced rabbit lovers alike.
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