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Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits: Pet Rabbit Record Book

Joy Jordan, Loretta Rodriguez, Jessica Kochert, Bill Heltemes, Chris Decubellis, and Renée Gore

Pet rabbits are chosen primarily for their temperment, more so than for their looks. They are generally calm animals that can be easily handled and cared for. In the 4-H Pet Rabbit project (visit http://florida4h.org for more information about this online project), youth learn the skills necessary for choosing a healthy rabbit, proper handling of a rabbit, rabbit health, and general care. This document, the Pet Rabbit Record Book (4H RAR 11), familiarizes youth with the importance of record keeping as an integral part of project management. By tracking inventory, financial records associated with their project, rabbit health and grooming details, and related information, youth will be well prepared to relate their experiences in a written narrative as part of their project completion activities.

Click here (https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/4H/4H31900.pdf) to download Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits: Pet Rabbit Record Book.

Publication #4HRAR11

Date: 9/24/2020

  • Program Area: Youth development
Curriculum
4-H/Youth

About this Publication

This document is 4HRAR11, one of a series of the 4-H Youth Development Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date September 2010. Visit the EDIS website at https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.

About the Authors

Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits <Online> was developed by Joy Jordan, 4-H curriculum specialist; Loretta Rodriguez, project assistant; and Jessica Kochert, curriculum assistant, Department of Family, Youth and Community Science, with Bill Heltemes, regional specialized agent and small animal program leader for the Florida 4-H Youth Development Program; Chris Decubellis, 4-H Extension agent, UF/IFAS Extension Gilchrist County; and Renée Gore, former 4-H Extension agent, UF/IFAS Extension Baker County; UF/IFAS Extension, Gainesville, FL 32611.

Contacts

  • Christopher DeCubellis