We want to give a huge THANK YOU to Hannah for choosing to update the exterior landscaping of HRRN for her Girl Scout Golden Award Project. She did an AMAZING job! She also hosted an animal welfare and pet care educational workshop for children in the community, and ran a supply drive for HRRN-which resulted in 78 items for donation. She spent a total of 85 hours on this project, and we say she rocked it! Thank you Hannah for all your hard work for the shelter bunnies!
A Celebration of Life – Robin’s “Tree of Life” Wellness Fund
In May, we lost a long time friend of HRRN, Robin Juhnke. Robin was a tireless supporter of wellness and health for our bunny guests, both as a volunteer and while working at White Rock Animal Hospital.
To honor the life of our friend, an ongoing fund to support the wellness of our bunnies has been established in Robin’s name at HRRN. Thus Robin’s efforts to improve the health of our rabbits will continue to inspire us even though she is no longer with us. You may make your contribution by mailing a check to HRRN, P.O. Box 2381 , Pflugerville, TX 78691 or by donating online. Your donation is tax deductible.
Your $25 donation will provide the following for a new intake shelter bun:
- a microchip
- treatment for ear mites and fleas
- treatment for intestinal parasites and worms
- vaccination against Pasteurella
On Sunday November 2nd 2014, House Rabbit Resource Network announced “The Rojo Fund”, in honor of Rojo who passed October 2nd 2014.
His fund is dedicated to paying for medical treatment for abused and injured rabbits.
Our goal was to raise $10,000.
With donors at our Christmas Party (12/11/16) we surpassed our goal and have raised $10161.52!
We have already been able to help the following bunnies with their veterinary bills.
$1225 for Saffron – rear leg amputation
$1000 for McCoy – broken ankle
$1300 for Mocha-D – broken rear leg
$1150 for Hazel – teeth and eye problems
$1650 for Kendall – rear leg amputation
$1600 for Yin – broken hip and rear leg amputation
$1050 for Vincent Bun Gogh – infected ear
If you would like to honor Rojo’s life with a contribution to the Rojo Fund please click the image below
Gone yet not forgotten,
although we are apart,
your spirit lives within us,
forever in our hearts.
This poem holds true for anyone who has lost a bunny or bunnies.
A Tasty Treat that’s GOOD to Eat!
1 Bag (160g) — $19.00
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These Papaya Tablets are exclusively formulated for bunnies by HRRN. That means no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives…only the good stuff! We know that happy tummies make happy bunnies, so we worked with vets to formulate the perfect treat to aid digestion.
Like cats, rabbits groom themselves and are subject to hairballs. Unlike cats, though, rabbits do not have a gag reflex and are unable to vomit. The enzymes in Papaya (Papain) and Pineapple (Bromelain) help to breakdown mucus and hairballs. Both are anti-inflammatory and aid in digesting tough fibers.
Each bag is 160 grams (approx. 250 tablets)
INGREDIENTS: 10mg bromelain; 5 mg papain; 20 mg papaya fruit.
Recommended Daily Usage: Feed 2 tablets simultaneously and with food or as directed by your veterinarian. Do not exceed 3 tablets per day.
Missed our “Introducing Your Rabbit Companion To a Canine Companion” Workshop
by Shannon McCauley with Best Friends Training?
See the video of the workshop by clicking here
* Note: Human bite 120 PSI. Average domestic dog about 320 PSI. Many breeds ARE greater though.
Do you have apple trees? You can donate your tree trimmings to the shelter buns if your trees haven’t been treated with pesticides. Bring them to the bunny boutique during store hours.
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House Rabbit Resource Network has been serving Austin area rabbits for 20 years.