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1997 Archive of What's New

We've begun to make spanish translations of some of our documents available.

The San Diego chapter website has been updated.

8/4/97

Oral Heath Care Issues for Rabbits
Early detection is often crucial to the outcome of malocclusion, points, spurs and other oral problems.
When Chester Couldn't Chew
Molar spikes can cause lots of pain.
Americas Funniest Home Bunny Photos
Funny photos from our members.
Just Good Business - Right?
Rabbits are our companions - not our dinner!
Diners Beware!
What you can do to let people know you don't want to patronize establishments that serve rabbit meat.
How Not To Explode a Bale of Hay
A safe and clean method for opening a bale of hay.
Palmer and the Magic Box
If a legend is a person about whom a popular story is told, then Palmer Holt fits the description.
You Never Know...
We may not know when or where we can make a difference in changing peoples opinion, but we can create a hospitable environment, by words and actions.
10/22/97

Classic articles from the House Rabbit Journal Volume 1 are now online. These include:
Living with an Aloof Rabbit
A Child's Winter Triptych: Three Classic Children's Books
An Appeal to Cage Manufactureres
Caring for the Critically Ill
The History of Easter
Kingdoms Large and Small
Litterboxes and Liver Disease
A Sense of Place and Space
How to Build a Daytime Outdoor Rabbit Run
9/15/97

A new photo gallery of Zippy and Izzy.

9/8/97

We've begun to make spanish translations of some of our documents available.

The San Diego chapter website has been updated.

8/4/97

Oral Heath Care Issues for Rabbits
Early detection is often crucial to the outcome of malocclusion, points, spurs and other oral problems.
When Chester Couldn't Chew
Molar spikes can cause lots of pain.
Americas Funniest Home Bunny Photos
Funny photos from our members.
Just Good Business - Right?
Rabbits are our companions - not our dinner!
Diners Beware!
What you can do to let people know you don't want to patronize establishments that serve rabbit meat.
How Not To Explode a Bale of Hay
A safe and clean method for opening a bale of hay.
Palmer and the Magic Box
If a legend is a person about whom a popular story is told, then Palmer Holt fits the description.
You Never Know...
We may not know when or where we can make a difference in changing peoples opinion, but we can create a hospitable environment, by words and actions.
Bonding Rabbits
One chapter's approach to successfull matchmaking.
Disaster Preparedness
The experiences of our Kansas City Chapter can teach us a lesson in how to include our pets when preparing for natural disasters.
Not By the Numbers: The Problem with Limit Laws
Limit laws can hurt more than they help.
Soft Stools - What's The Problem?
Chronic soft clumping cecal stools result from a carbohydrate overload in the diet, and a relative fiber deficiency.
The Case For Rabbits in The Plural
Rabbits are not meant to live in solitude, away from members of their own kind.
The Importance of Words
In our choice of words and phrases, we strive to reflect our philosophy and to promote respect for rabbits.
Yard Sale Bunny
There she sat, surrounded by other discards--the small, hand-printed sign stuck on the cage read "White rabbit with cage, $10.00."
Causes and Treatments for Head Tilt
A bunny with a head tilt is a very sad sight. Are we doing the right thing to keep him alive? Is he still happy? Will he ever be cured? Read on to find out...
Multi-Rabbit Maintenance
Most people who plan a multi-rabbit household seem intent on having all their rabbits live together as one big happy family. It doesn't always work out that way, and it's not so bad if it doesn't.
The Pound
The Pound often gets an undeservidly bad rap.
7/26/97

Our Ohio chapter is now online.
We've updated our vet recommendations.
We've updated out list of local contacts.

6/30/97

All our graphics have gone on a diet. The banners and buttons at our site should be about 30% smaller now thanks to GIF Wizard.

5/28/97

We've made a Bookmark file of our website is available for downloading and browsing. If you import this file into your current Netscape bookmark list, you'll have a nicely organized set of bookmarks to all the content on our website. Happy surfing!
We've HotSauced our site! An MCF file for navigating through our site with the HotSauce browser is now available.
An updated listing of adoptable rabbits in San Diego.
More Japanese translations.

5/16/97

Check out the completely redesigned and way-cool San Diego chapter website.
A short report on our successful vet conference is now available.

4/25/97

Finally! A list of attendees of our Vet Conference listed alphabetically and by state is available.

4/23/97

A New FAQ on Caring for Orphaned Baby Rabbits (Wild and Domestic)
Web Server Usage Statistics for www.rabbit.org

4/15/97

Our vet conference was a huge success. We will soon be making available a list of all vets who attended.
New FAQs on Giving Medications, Indoor and Outdoor Hazards, Are Multiple Rabbits Right For You, Classroom Rabbits, Rabbit Rescue, and Treat Foods are now available.
Why Rabbits shouldn't be declawed
Rabbit Facts
Pasteurella Information
Reproduction Facts
The Dangers of Softwood Shavings
How To Tell If Your Rabbit Is Sick

3/18/97

An Easter Poem from the House Rabbit Journal has been added to the site.
The New Mexico chapter is now online.
The hidden cost of breeding

3/13/97

We've highlighted our Easter info on the home page.
Baltimore/Washington DC and New York have new websites.
We've added documents on Basic Rabbit Facts and Reproductive Information
More Japanese Translations of our Most Popular Documents

2/7/97

We've reorganized a bit more. The FAQ section has returned and we've added a new Commentary Section.
We've been bitten by the Killer Websites bug, and have updated the formatting of the site. All pages now have margins. We think it makes our site more readable, and We'd appreciate your feedback (positive or negative) on the updated look.
Japanese Translations of our Most Popular Documents
Portugese Translations of our Most Popular Documents
An index of all online articles from House Rabbit Journal.

1/28/97

Many more articles from the House Rabbit Journal are now available online. Topics include bladder disease, E Cuniculi, Fiber in the Diet, plus about 30 more. Happy Reading!
We've reorganized a bit. The FAQ and Journal sections have been folded into the Behavior and Care sections to avoid unneeded duplication. We've added new sections for Kids and Local Chapters.

1/3/97

Our web site is now searchable.
The Journal article, What's it like to live with a rabbit? is now available.
Some of our most requested Journal articles, When Fido Met Thumper: Dogs and Rabbits, Would my rabbit like a companion?, and Mending a Broken Bunny Bond are now online. Happy New Year!
An editorial on Why we shouldn't breed rabbits is available.

1/7/97

The South-Eastern Pennsylvania chapter website has a new home and a new look.
Our newest chapter, New Jersey now has a web site.

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