Have you ever asked: Why does my rabbit....nip my ankles?...follow me like a dog?...worry if i move the furniture?...dig holes in my mattress?...enjoy stripping wallpaper?...play with the washing on the line? With rabbits now the third most popular pet after cats and dogs, and with more and more people keeping them in the house rather than a hutch, behaviour problems are now arising that often stem from a lack of understanding of natural rabbit instincts. Practical and informative, this book by a specialist in rabbit behaviour will help both owners and rabbits live together more harmoniously. Arranged in an A to Z format, it covers the whole spectrum of rabbit behaviour, explaining how rabbits live together in the wild and how the artificial nature of a hutch or house can distort natural urges and may cause stress. Dealing with a whole range of problems, Anne McBride shows how a better understanding of rabbits and their ways, combined with simple adjustments to your rabbit's living conditions, will enable it to be itself and ensure that you have a happy, contented pet who will bring you years of affectionate and delightful companionship.