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Waltham, MA, April 5, 2006—Just in time for Easter, Karen Pryor Clickertraining has published a new and indispensable guide for bunny owners. Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit by Joan Orr and Teresa Lewin will show you exactly how to bring out the best in your bunny friend.

Many people get rabbits as pets but only begin to scratch the surface of their bunnies' personality potential. Bunnies are marvelous and mischievous and can be great family pets when you learn and apply just a few important interactive techniques.

Find out how your rabbit can quickly learn to jump through a hoop and sit in a basket, happily get into your lap to be carried and snuggled, come when called, use a litter box, stop biting, and perform adorable tricks. From cover to cover, this helpful book is filled with wonderful and useful behaviors you can teach your bunny—and all the steps you need to teach them plus unique pictures of many of these bunny behaviors. Once you begin teaching and "talking" with your pet this way, you'll enjoy a surprisingly interactive, more fulfilling relationship.

The table of contents and first chapter of Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit are available for free on the publisher's website. The book is being released first as a full color online electronic ClickBooksâ„¢, available to download for $14.95. Next month a black-and-white bound book will be available for $16.95. On the publisher's website you can watch videos of amazing bunny behaviors like a rabbit running inside its house on cue and coming back when called! Visit www.clickertraining.com for details.

ClickBooks are released in standard Adobe PDF format, so you can use them on any Windows PC or Macintosh computer, and with many portable devices, including Palm OS and Windows mobile phones and PDAs. Or, just print them out and read them like any other book! There's no shipping, no waiting; just the best training information available exactly when and where you need it.

Karen Pryor Clickertraining/Sunshine Books is the largest worldwide publisher focused on teaching through the principles of clicker training. The authors of Clicking with Your Rabbit are pioneers in the field of clicker training rabbits and have extensive experience training other species. Joan Orr is a scientist with 20 years of experience and has trained dogs using positive reinforcement methods for more than a decade. She is the producer of the popular Clicker Puppy DVD and a member of the KPCT ClickerExpo faculty. Teresa Lewin uses positive reinforcement techniques to modify bunny behavior so that rescued bunnies can be more adoptable. She is a canine behavior specialist with over 20 years' experience in the field of animal behavior and training. She has trained puppies, pet dogs, tracking dogs, protection dogs, and service dogs.

CONTACT:
Aaron Clayton, President
Karen Pryor Clickertraining (KPCT)
49 River Street #3
Waltham, MA 02453
Phone: 800-47-CLICK
www.clickertraining.com

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