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Read Nadia’s Happy Tail in her adoptive mother’s own words. Can a bunny and a dog be buddies?  In 2008, Linda Parendier and her kids, of Essington, PA, were looking for a pet to complete their family. They already had a 15-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier, Jasmine, and a 9-year-old Chihuahua, Harley. But they wanted something small and furry because their …

Adopted bunny Puddin’ turned out to be the perfect companion for a woman with an invisible disability. Sandie Dawley wanted to adopt a pet. The Pawtucket, RI, woman has permanent inner ear nerve damage, making her balance unsteady, and the resulting vertigo keeps her from driving. “It’s an invisible disability, but I’m no longer able to work,” she says, which …

Peggy Hanson and her husband, who live in Seattle, had four bunnies that got along with each other very well. A co-worker also had a rabbit, but didn’t have time to play with her, so she asked if Peggy would take her in. What’s one more? Peggy thought, so she agreed to add Snowy to her colony, or warren (in …

Read Eclipse and Nebula’s story in Eclipse’s (above) “own” words. Tara Jernigan’s middle son had wanted a rabbit for years, but his mom told him he would have to wait until he was old enough for 4-H Rabbit Club to get one.  Finally adoption day came. Tara had spotted a bonded pair of bunnies on Petfinder, so the family, who …

If your rabbit is sick and you can’t reach your vet, find out what to do for common ailments.

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The Daily Fetch

I would hop 500 miles

by Sandra, guest contributor, Mario's biped • Apr 26 , 2013

I was living in New York City when I first got Mario. When my husband and I moved to San Francisco six years ago, Mario had to come along, too. We took two weeks driving across the country. Half the car seemed to be filled with things that Mario needed for the journey.

Mary Lempert is the founder of The Rabbit Advocate, where this post originally appeared. She has served as a rabbit behavior and rehabilitation consultant for the House Rabbit Society, House Rabbit Network and the MSPCA in Massachusetts and, most recently, for the Almost Home Humane Society in Lafayette, IN. She lives in West Lafayette, IN, with her rabbits Graysie and …