Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit

$16.95 -- Learn how to Clicker Train Your Bunny! It can be done!

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Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit

Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit
 by Joan Orr and Teresa Lewin

I have to tell you, first hand, that this works!  I took a clicker-training class at my local rabbit rescue and we had bunnies learning to touch their nose to a target stick within a half hour.

You don't have to be a magician to teach your bunny to love you!

Why leave your bunny in a cage all day when you could both be having fun together? Rabbits are smart! Find out how your rabbit can quickly learn to:

-Jump through a hoop and sit in a basket
-Happily get into your lap to be carried and snuggled
-Come when called
-"Gimme five" with a paw
-Use a litter box
-Stop biting and other problem behaviors

Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit will show you exactly how to bring out the best in your bunny friend! From cover to cover it's filled with wonderful tricks and useful behaviors you can teach your bunny, and all the steps you need to teach them. Get started! Get Clicking with your rabbit!

 Item Information
Pages: 88
Size: 8.5" x 5.4" x 0.2"
Cover: Paperback

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