Getting a Pet Rabbit: What to Expect - My House Rabbit

I never receive my picture of my dog with the Easter-bunny last year in the Petsmart in Lebanon,Pa
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Ferret parent Selbe Lynn made bunny ears for all her pets one year, and was willing to model them, even though he was pretty sleepy. (Which, let's face it, is probably the best way to get a good picture of a ferret in costume.)
Congrats 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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Any breeds of rabbits for pets can make an incredible pet can be better, but a mini lop is perfect. It can grow up to 6 pounds with a reduced bulky figure. Despite the fact that sweet, the breed has a tendency to be less dynamic contrasted with other pet rabbit breeds. You need to do a ton of support before you can see a small cut shake its bunny tail. Apr 4, 2017 - On Saturday, April 8 from noon to 4 p.m. local time, get a free pet photo with the Easter Bunny at participating PetSmart locations.
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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 !Japanese harlequin rabbits are wonderful pets - especially if you want a rabbit that can learn tricks to a point it has been considered 'dog-like'. This is a very intelligent bunny, and is also gentle, calm and fun. They love people but showing this breed is exceptionally difficult as their markings have to be perfect! The body is usually black, with two orange bands around it and one orange stripe down the middle of the face.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. By Vladimir Negron Easter often evokes a sense of family tradition. These traditions may include such things as bonnets, brightly colored eggs, beribboned baskets, and chocolate bunnies. But what if your child asks you for a live bunny rabbit? Before you go out and buy an "Easter bunny," consider the responsibility of caring for a . To eliminate the common misconceptions of rabbit care and behavior, petMD's Vladimir Negron spoke with Heather Dean, community outreach spokesperson for , a campaign led by the (CHRS), a non-profit organization devoted to finding permanent, loving homes for abandoned rabbits and educating the public's understanding of rabbits as companion animals. Here's what she had to say: Unfortunately, rabbits are the third most euthanized animal in U.S. animal shelters, right after dogs and cats. And in about three months animal shelters around the country will be bombarded by rabbits that people just don't want anymore. "Easter may not be the best time to purchase a rabbit," says Dean. "Do your research before getting a rabbit, and really talk to your family and make sure it's clear who is taking care of the rabbit ... because rabbits are not an appropriate pets for kids and they are high maintenance." And what if your child asks you for a chick or a instead of a rabbit? Cute as they may be when they are babies, they will grow up. Chickens and ducks are even harder to find homes for than rabbits, and to meet the demand during Easter, hatcheries and farms often increase the normal output of chicks and ducklings, increasing the stress on the animals and making them more prone to disease. One such disease, Salmonellosis, causes diarrhea, fever, and stomach pain in humans, especially in the elderly and young children. To many, springtime represents a renewal of life. Be certain that you are not sacrificing the life of an innocent creature for a little Easter joy this year. Image: Thinkstock 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.
The Easter Fun For Every Bunny event hosted by PetSmart includes a free photo of your pet, plus a CritterTrail Scavenger Hunt, according to the . Or, if you’re looking for a new fur friend in your life, the event might be the perfect opportunity to add a pet to your family. The holiday events are all free and the entire family is invited to come and enjoy the festivities.