If your family's set on getting a rabbit for Easter, start by giving a chocolate bunny or a stuffed toy and, if your young children are really serious about it, a book on rabbit care. If they're still begging you for a bun after the holiday has passed, go to your local shelter or rescue group and find out how to adopt a rabbit.
We are very pleased to announce that the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee approved the Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act (H.R. 1528) Thursday, bringing this priority legislation an important step closer to final passage in the House. We need your help to reach the finish line!
Giving animals outlets for their natural instincts, ways to work for their food and interesting environments to live in is called enrichment. Even though they’re not wild animals anymore, horses need physically and mentally stimulating ways to occupy their time, too.