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To supplement the "Links" page, please find below a list of books which have proved useful to me, including my reviews.

By clicking on the title you will be taken straight to Amazon.co.uk, where you can read other reviews of the books and purchase the items if you wish.


Have you ever thought about what happens to a live Easter Bunny once Easter is over? King Murray’s Royal Tail is the story of such an Easter Bunny. This heartwarming book is written by Kathy Smith and illustrated by Karen Scott (Rodney and Lou Lou's Boarder!).

Enquiries and orders via Karen.

Kathy Smith

Illustrated by Karen Scott


Funny Bunnies

Fantastic photograph book celebrating everything bunny!

Laurie Frankel

Stories Rabbits Tell

This is a beautiful book. It's not a rabbit reference book, it looks at society's misconceptions of the Rabbit and has some great stories from Rabbit owners. This book is the result of the authors' love of rabbits and their desire for more information on the real behaviour of Rabbits.

Susan E. Davis, Margo Demello

BSAVA's Manual of Rabbit Medicine and Surgery

I didn't buy this book with a view to conducting my own surgery or anything! I wanted to understand more about conditions that Rabbits can suffer from, what to look for, and to help me understand what is going through the Vet's mind when I take Rodney and Lou Lou to the Vets. Its an interesting reference book but not for the sensitive or weak stomached as there are piccies from operations and bunny internal organs. Its not the cheapest book on the list but its the cheapest medical reference book I could find with good reviews.

P. Flecknell, Paul Flecknell

Rabbits for Dummies

A good all round reference. The links and information sources referenced are mainly American. The book is in the well known "Dummies" format and has good information on Rabbit care.

Audrey Pavia

Lop Rabbits as Pets

This is a very detailed book by Sandy Crook. She has put all her knowledge and expertise into this book based on her extensive Lop rabbit keeping. There are some great pictures and good chapters on diet and health.

Sandy Crook

The Complete House Rabbit

This was a book I purchased before confirming I wanted a House Rabbit. The information within it is useful and combined with the House Rabbit Handbook gave me a good introduction to House Rabbits.

Carolina James

House Rabbit Handbook: How to Live with...

A must have. I bought this before getting Rodney and still dip into it now!

Marinell Harriman

Living with a House Rabbit

A well written book which contains invaluable information on House Rabbits. Another must have! This book looks at the realistic hurdles that you and your house rabbit will face.

Linda Dykes

Why Does My Rabbit?

This is a fantastic book that the whole universe should read just to understand the behaviour and instincts of the rabbit. If you want to know the origins of your bunny's behaviour, get this book.

Anne McBride

Rabbitlopaedia: A Complete Guide to...

Another excellent reference on Rabbits. You will find yourself referring to it time and again.

Meg Brown

Rodney does not want to be held responsible for the content and advice given in the external links from the site - so don't blame Rodney if someone does give duff advice,

or your bunny bungee jumps with your telephone cord......




Quick Tips


Wicker balls and rings make great toys for rabbits and keep their teeth in good shape.

Make sure you provide plenty of fibre in your bunny's diet. Always have hay available and keep pellets or mix to a minimum. Rabbits love fresh greens too!



Does your cage have a front door like this. Do not let your bunny use this front "door". Many a bunny has seriously injured its leg in the bars.

If you have to use this door, cover the bars with wood or Instead buy a side opening cage and make a ramp if necessary.

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