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Books and Posters

Please Note: To make arrangement for purchases please call: 604 731-6026 or e-mail: shop@vrra.org. Our store is always growing. There will be more to come!


House Rabbit Handbook
By Marinell Harriman

The book that originated the term "House Rabbit" continues to be the mainstay of rabbit understanding, appreciation, and care. Diagram and photo illustrations cover heath care, litterbox training, diet, exercise, toys, and behavior. The accumulated insights of many caregivers help to make life with a house rabbit mutually gratifying.
Fourth Edition: 96 pages, 8x8", ISBN 0-940920-17-4, $14


Rabbits: Gentle Hearts – Valiant Spirits
Inspirational Stories of Rescue, Triumph and Joy.
By Marie Mead with Nancy LaRoche

Whether you currently live with a rabbit or simply love animals, this book will open your eyes and heart to these amazing creatures.
151 pages, ISBN -13;978-0-9786226-0-2, $18


Stories Rabbits Tell
A Natural and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Creature
ISBN: 1590560442
Book (Paperback)
Lantern Books $30.00
320 pages

July 2003



When a Man Loves a Rabbit: Learning and Living With Bunnies
Author: Bruce Atchison
Publisher: Bruce Atchison
ISBN: 0-9780273-0-2

This humorous and informative narrative details Bruce Atchison's experiences living with house rabbits. The 144-page memoir has the additional benefit of being unobtrusively educational especially for first time bunny owners.
Atchison reveals little-known facts about bunnies, such as how they can be litter trained and that they are fastidious groomers. He demonstrates the charm and amazing intelligence of these misunderstood pets through his recollections and he debunks many myths about them. When a Man Loves a Rabbit chronicles Atchison's own changed perceptions of what bunnies are like, revealing their transformation from amusing possessions to affectionate companions.
“A delightful and insightful look into the heart of a man who loved his furry little friends, as much perhaps as any father loves his children. An entertaining read.”
—Cheryl Kaye Tardif, author of The River

6.00 x 9.00 Soft Cover 144 pages - $18



Rabbit Health in the 21st Century - Second Edition
"This user-friendly book on pet rabbit health from a caretaker's perspective is written for people with little or no veterinary background. Its goal is to help rabbit owners play a more active, informed role in their rabbit's health care decisions. It should never substitute for a trip to the veterinarian!
Topics include:
Choosing and establishing a relationship with a veterinarian
Symptoms and safe treatment options for a variety of conditions
Diagnostic tests and how to understand what they tell your veterinarian
Drugs (prescription, over the counter, and supplements)
Alternative medicine
Coping with loss
Resources and references
Stories and pictures of rabbits from around the world are sprinkled throughout the book, adding personal touches to serious topics. By the time you have read the entire book you will feel that you know Smokey, who inspired the original Rabbit Health 101, and Murray, who contributed so much to this most recent update."


Rabbit Poster

San Diego House Rabbit Society member, Fenella Speece, creatively and painstakingly assembled the original collage artwork from hundreds of photos of foster rabbits and members' bunnies, with a few surprise images hidden in the midst. This stunning first-quality printed version is a standard 20"x28" size (including white border).
Just $8 each.

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