Rats!: For Today's Pet Owner from the Publishers of Critters USA Magazine (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1998
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Did you know that rats are the most intelligent rodent? Did you also know that rats love play games? Thanks to Rats! you'll know all this and more! Filled with invaluable information, training tips, and insight into a rats personality, this book helps rat owners out of a maze questions. Reaching above and beyond the ordinary pet care guide, Fun & Care Books have it all...
* Up-TO-Date Information
* Fascinating Historical Facts
* Tips on Choosing the Right Pet
* Helpful Resource Guide
* Emergency First Aid Tips
* Fun Activities and Tricks
* Communicating with Your Pet
* 100 Full-Color Photos
* And Much More...
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This large-format (8 1/2 x 11 inches) book is full of all the information a rat owner (or prospective rat owner) could ask for. Ms. Ducommun covers the history and natural history of rats, how to tell if rats are good pets for you (including financial and time requirements), finding and choosing the right individuals, husbandry (more than half a dozen types of homes for rats are shown), communicating with your rat, first aid and health care, showing, breeding, and "Fun Activities to Do with Your Rats" (games to play, tricks to teach, and how to teach them).
Nearly every page sports a color photo: the many varieties and colors of rats (rex, dumbo, hairless, agouti, siamese...), rats playing with each other, rats enjoying the company of their humans, different kinds of rat habitats and accessories. There are handy reference charts and sidebars, such as A Rat's Basic Needs, Preventing Heatstroke, and Domesticated Rat Facts at a Glance (rats' heart rates are 260-600 beats per minute! Most humans' are 70-90). Appendices detail Healthy Homemade Rat Diet and rat clubs and publications. Wrapping it all up are a glossary and complete index.
Ms. Ducommun brings rats out of their cages and into human hearts, from small mammals running on wheels all night to true companion animals that can share our lives. If you are considering a small pet and would like an intelligent, playful, affectionate companion, try RATS!
Kimberly Borrowdale Under the Covers Book Reviews