I just purchased my first veterinary medical textbook for rabbits. It includes rodentia ferrets and Leporidae. A digital copy is included, it has been published in the last couple of years so the information is up to date, and after reading the first few paragraphs I can tell they’ve done their research and even dispelled a commonly held myth. I’m excited to dig into it although it will be a brief read since the book is shared with ferrets and rodents. It’s $75 on Amazon and is the current textbook used in the exotic veterinary medical program at UF. They won’t let you take or audit the course unless you’re going for your DVM which is an expensive way to learn about just rabbits. I’m hoping through this book I can improve the course and bring education to the largely uneducated field of rabbit raising.
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