PetAbility Podcast

Rabbits, Bunnies, and Hares - Oh My!! with Doreen Reynolds-Consolati; Part 1

June 14, 2022 PetAbility Season 3 Episode 12
PetAbility Podcast
Rabbits, Bunnies, and Hares - Oh My!! with Doreen Reynolds-Consolati; Part 1
Show Notes

Hop along with Doreen Reynolds-Consolati, Vice President and Education Chair for The House Rabbit Connection, as she discuss the commitment it takes to have a pet rabbit. This includes bunny-proofing your home, appropriate housing, proper diet, handling & bonding, and toys & enrichment. These endearing fluff balls may be too cute to resist, but it may surprise you to learn that these seemingly docile, quiet, cherubic critters can be willful, messy, destructive, vocal, and generally don't like being held! Who knew?!?

Find Doreen at The House Rabbit Connection of Massachusetts & Connecticut
Call 413-439-7472
For those beyond MA-CT, go to House Rabbit Society for everything pertaining to rabbits!

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