Bunny Pets Archives - University Veterinary Hospital

I never receive my picture of my dog with the Easter-bunny last year in the Petsmart in Lebanon,Pa
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HUMMELS WHARF — Dogs, cats and other four-legged companions are invited to join their families to pose for pet photos with the Easter Bunny from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 3 and 10 at the center court at the Susquehanna Valley Mall. Get the whole family in on your spring photos as children and families with pets are all welcome. A variety of photo packages are available for purchase to capture this fun memory. Visit the mall website to make reservations and for special pet photo entrance instructions.
Cats and dogs aren't the only pets that want to be the Easter bunny.  is all dressed up and ready for the Easter parade.
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Every rabbit breed brings different characteristics into your home. Some have different physical characteristics such as floppy vs straight ears, and others have unique personality traits such as willingness to cuddle and need for exercise. Therefore, knowing what breed your new fuzzy friend is can be important when you are looking to adopt or buy a bunny. While there are some essential rules to giving your rabbit the best care possible, different breeds also have different care needs, so you should choose accordingly. While all rabbits make great pets, certain breeds make better pets for those who don't have an abundance of space or money to care of the more demanding breeds and just want a fun, hoppy bunny friend. Promise Pets Lop Bunny
Photo provided by FlickrRabbits are popular family pets. Armed with the right knowledge, keeping your bunny happy and healthy is relatively straight forward.
Photo provided by FlickrCongrats on Hub of the Day! My friend has a bunny so I immediately thought of her. They are quite adorable pets. Voted useful and shared. :)
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My House Rabbit promotes rabbits as indoor pets and provides tips on . You can learn how to create a safe, welcoming environment for your house rabbit and gain insight into , so you will better understand your bunny’s needs. You can also check out our or And don’t miss our and !With shelters and rescues overflowing with homeless pet rabbits, we advocate that bunny owners spay and neuter their pets so they do not breed. However, in the case that you are caring for a pregnant rabbit or new mother, here are a few basic tips. Rabbits can make terrific, loving pets in the right circumstances. However, potential bunny owners should be sure that they are ready to make the time, financial, and emotional commitment to a rabbit before bringing one home. If you’re thinking of a bunny as a pet, talk to other rabbit owners, veterinarians, rabbit breeders, and other rabbit-savvy individuals, and visit a rabbit rescue organization first to help ensure a bunny is the right choice for you.Although rabbits can be wonderful house pets, they aren’t for everyone. Not only do they live 10 years or longer, they have very specific requirements for care. This includes providing unlimited hay and fresh greens, bunny-proofing your house, and providing exercise space, social interaction and enrichment. Far from being the cute, undemanding little fluff balls you might think, rabbits need appropriate care, space and training. They also have strong personalities, especially when they mature. If you weren’t expecting this, you might be overwhelmed to discover that little Thumper is not so docile once he hits bunny puberty. Gender plays a part, with males tending to be slightly more outgoing than females. Because rabbits have such distinct individual personalities, however, it’s impossible to conclude that one sex always makes better pets than the other. People who have never had a rabbit as a pet don’t realize that rabbits actually have very distinct personalities. These animals can be charming, affectionate and very interactive. When choosing a bunny as a pet, spend some time getting to know him before you decide to take him home to be sure . Just like more traditional pets, some bunnies are rambunctious and playful, while others may be more shy and reserved.