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Small Animals And Pets

Book References:

  1. Dr. Jiri Felix, Animals of the World, Exeter Books, 1985
  2. John James Audubon, F.R.S., Rev. John Bachman, D.D., Victor H. CahalaneDr. Jiri Felix,
    Audubon Game Animals from the Quadrupeds of North America, Hammond Incorporated, 1968
  3. Maike Roder-Thiede, Chinchillas, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1999
  4. Jack C. Harris, Chinchillas, A Complete Introduction, T.F.H Publications, Inc. 1987
  5. Engelbert Kötter, Gerbils, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1999
  6. Betsy Sikora Siing, The Gerbil, An Owner's Guide to a Happy , Howell Book House, 2000
  7. Katrin Behrend, Guinea Pigs, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1998
  8. Anja J. Steinkamp, Your First Guinea Pig, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1996
  9. Anmarie Barrie, A Step-by-Step Book About Guinea Pigs, T.F.H Publications, Inc. 1994 edition
  10. Kay Ragland, Guinea Pigs, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1988
  11. Dennis Kelsey-wood, Hedgehogs Today, T.F.H Publications, Inc.
  12. Dawn Wrobel,  The Hedgehog, An Owners Guide to A Healthy, Happy Pet , Howell Book House, 1997
  13. Dennis Kelsey-wood, African Pygmy Hedgehogs, As Your New Pet , T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1995.
  14. Mary R. Shefferman, The Ferret, An Owner's Guide to a Happy, Healthy Pet , Howell Book House, 1996.
  15. Dr. Wendy Winsted, Ferrets, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1995 edition
  16. Jay and Mary Field, A Step-by-Step Book About Ferrets, T.F.H Publications, Inc. 1995 edition
  17. E. Lynn ("Fox") and Chuck Morton, Ferrets, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Second Edition, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1995
  18. Sharon L. Vanderlip, D.V.M, Mice, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 2001
  19. Jack Young, Mice As a Hobby, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1993
  20. Chris Henwood, Fancy Mice,, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1992
  21. Richard Pfarr,Mice As a New Pet, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1991
  22. Mervin F. Roberts,Mice As Pets, T.F.H. Publications, Inc. 1977
  23. Monika Wegler, Rabbits, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1999
  24. Monika Wegler, Dwarf Rabbits, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1998
  25. Roger A. Cota, "Rabbits: Guide to Buying and Caring for Pet Rabbits. Snow Bunnies", Fancy Publications, 1997
  26. Dennis Kelsey-wood, Dwarf Rabbits... as a Hobby, T.F.H Publications, Inc. 1993
  27. Anmarie Barrie, A Step-by-Step Book About Rabbits, T.F.H Publications, Inc. 1995 edition
  28. Susan Fox,The Guide to Owning a Rat, T.F.H. Publications, Inc., 1996.
  29. Nick Mays,The Proper Care of Fancy Rats, T.F.H. Publications, Inc., 1993.
  30. Susan Fox,Rats, T.F.H. Publications, Inc., 1988.
  31. Caroline MacPherson, Sugar Gliders, A complete Pet Owner's Manual, Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1997
  32. Edited by Dr. David Macdonald, The Encyclopedia of Mammals, originally published in England

Magazine & Publications

  1. Rabbits USA Magazine, 1997-98 Annual, Fancy Publications, 1997
  2. Rabbits USA Magazine, 1998-99 Annual, Fancy Publications, 1998
  3. Rabbits USA Magazine, 1999-2000 Annual, Fancy Publications, 1999
  4. Rabbits USA Magazine, 2000-2001 Annual, Fancy Publications, 2000
  5. Rabbits USA Magazine, 2001-2002 Annual, Fancy Publications, 2001
  6. Rabbits USA Magazine, 2002-2003 Annual, Fancy Publications, 2002
  7. Rabbits USA Magazine, 2003-2004Annual, Fancy Publications, 2003
  8. American Red Squirrel, Wildlife Fact-File (card 302)
  9. Grey Squirrel, Wildlife Fact-File (card 46)
  10. Southern Flying Squirrel, Wildlife Fact-File (card 71)
  11. Pat Storer, Free-Falling Friends, land a flying squirrel in your customers' lives, and they'll have a pal like no other!, Article, Pet Product News, Sept, 1998

Miscellaneous References:

  1. Karma Coffman ,“The All-Purpose Rabbit”, Candy Hankins,“Showing Cinnamons", reprinted from CRBA Handbook
  2. Cinnamon Rabbit Breed Profile”, Copyright 2000-2008
  3. “Rare Breed Rabbits List USA”, Copyright 2005 Franco Rios
  4. Rabbit’s in Every Size, Shape, and Color”, Copyright 1995-2003 Island Gems Rabbitry
  5. Rabbits and Bunnies for Sale”, Copyright Enumclaw Exotics
  6. Himalayan Rabbit Breed Profile”,, Copyright 2000-2008
  7. Smallest Rabbit Breeds”, Go Pets America, Inc., Copyright 2008
  8. Shepherd, Carl “Eli”, “History of the Himalayan Rabbit: Everything We Need to Know”, Referenced online, 2008
  9. List of Rabbit Breeds”, Wikipedia, Copyright 2008
  10. History of the French Lop”, Copyright Gallant Knight Rabbitry
  11. Learn About the History and Objectives of the Lop Rabbit Club of America”, Copyright LRCA
  12. “French Lop Pet Rabbits Stats”, Copyright My Bunny Farm
  13. English Spot Rabbit”, Copyright 2001-2008 Bryntel Technologies
  14. What Is the English Spot”, Copyright American English Spot Rabbit Club
  15. “English Spot FAQ”, “English Spots for Sale”, Copyright 2002-2008 Stephanie Bartlett
  16. For Sale”, Copyright
  17. Roger A. Cota, “Dwarf Hotots”, Referenced online 2008
    What Is a Dwarf Hotot?”, “ADHRC Breeders Listing”, ADHRC, Ref. online 2008
  18. Sanford, Cindy, "Evaluating the Teddy", Copyright JACBA
  19. Guinea Pig”,Wikipedia, Copyright 2008
  20. Guinea Pig Breeds”,Wikipedia, Copyright 2008
  21. "Guinea Pig Breeds", Guinea Pigs Club Malta, Copyright 2006-2008
  22. "Sheltie”, Omlet, Copyright 2004
  23. Holly Nash, DVM, MS, "Breeds and Colors of the Guinea Pig", Pet Education, 1997-2008
  24. "The Texel", Copyright ACBA
  25. Leach, Teri, "Texels: Basic Selection, Care and Show Preparation", American Cavy Breeders Association, Copyright 2003
  26. "The White Crested", Copyright ACBA
  27. "Crested", Omlet, Copyright 2004
  28. The Ecology of the Reeve’s Muntjac, by Deer-UK
  29. Muntjac, (Muntiacus reevesi), by The British Deer Society
  30. Deer, Brainy Encyclopedia
  31. Rainforests Wildlife of the Amazon, by Katie White
  32. Young Bucks Outdoors, by Buckmasters
  33. Leaf Muntjac, by World Village, 1999
  34. Bornean Yellow Muntjac, by World Deer Organization
  35. Reeve’s Muntjac, by Sea World Org.
  36. Muntjac Deer Information, by Deer-UK, 1993
  37. Reeve’s Muntjac, by Happy Hollow Park and Zoo
  38. Reeve’s Muntjac (Barking Deer), by Willis Web - UK
  39. Deer Have a Spring In Their Step, by Dennis Furnell, 2005
  40. Familiar Theme - Great Britain: Too Many Deer, by Anthony Brown - UK, 2001
  41. Pictures of Pets, Muntjacs, Go Pets Online
  42. The Ecology of the Reeve’s Muntjac, by Deer-UK
  43. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia -
  44. Times OnLine - UK
  45. Science Daily, Wildlife Conservation Society, 1999
  46. Watford Observer: Archive UK


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