Reviews - What do customers think about Gerbils: The Complete Guide to Gerbil Care (Complete Care Made Easy)?
super Jul 6, 2008
This book is very informative and easy to read. We never had Gerbils before and this book has definately helped; from buying the aquarium to the toys that they need or dont need. It is always in reach when I have a question.
Best Info - Easy to Read Jun 5, 2008
I may be unusual in that I happened to find out about this book because I adopted my two gerbils from author Donna Anastasi and she offered to sell us copy of the book when we bought them. We had looked through other gerbil books at the pet store and hadn't liked any of them enough to buy one. Donna's book is SO FULL of useful information that I couldn't put it down. Even my 10 year old, who doesn't like to read, went crazy reading this book.
Almost impossibly easy to understand, we consider this our new bible for taking care of our new little friends. Two thumbs up.
only gerbil book you need Dec 29, 2007
We loved this gerbil book. It had tons of information. Everything for the basics of care to training and showing your gerbil. There are also quite a few very cute full color pictures. We borrowed every gerbil book they had at our local library and this one stood out far above the rest. We decided we needed our own copy and ever since we purchased it, we refer to it regularly.
Gerbil mastery Sep 14, 2007
This book really does make gerbil care easy. Everything from "finding the gerbil of your dreams" to breeding to showing gerbils in competition. I never knew there were such things as gerbil shows! Lots of nice color photos. Devotes a chapter to training gerbils, something not found in a lot of gerbil books. A good book to read if you're even considering a gerbil.
Best book we have found Dec 29, 2006
My 8 year old has been wanting gerbils for months. We told him he had to read and be able to talk to us about them and their care. He (and the rest of the family) have now read several books. This was by far the best. My son made the decisions about cages, types, sex etc on his own after reading this book. He could discuss care issues and that he was not ready for breeding, wanted 2 females and what he would have to do to care for them.
In comparison to other books, this has more useful information, is more complete, better photos and after three days with the gerbils has already answered multiple questions.
If you can only get one book then this should be it.