3 Things You Should Do THIS WEEK!
1. Register your rabbit’s microchip
Your bunny has a microchip, but it’s not registered to you yet! Follow the instructions (a brochure is in your adoption folder) necessary to transfer your pet’s microchip to you. This way, if your pet ever gets lost and lands at a veterinary hospital or animal shelter, the microchip company can notify you. It’s especially important to register your rabbit, as they do not wear a collar & ID tag! Click here for more info about finding your lost pet.
2. Make your veterinary appointment – it’s free!
Your adoption comes with a free vet exam at a participating VCA Animal Hospital. Your exam is a great time to sit down and chat with the doctor about how to keep your new pet healthy. Note: if your pet displays any of the following symptoms, bring them to your family veterinarian immediately: vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy (weakness, collapse), fever, nasal or ocular discharge, coughing, difficulty breathing, not eating or drinking, excessive water intake, abnormal urination/defecation behavior (straining, blood in urine or feces), discomfort (restlessness, panting, inability to lie down comfortably), seizures, lameness, pain, or rapidly growing lumps/masses
3. Watch our rabbit care video!
Whether you’re a first-time or experienced rabbit owner, you may learn a few new tricks!
Check your adoption folder!
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