San Bruno Pet Hospital 1111 El Camino Real
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: (650) 583-5039
Fax: (650) 763-8620

Hospital Hours
M-F: 7:30a-6p
Sat: 8a-5p
Appointment Hours
M-F 8:30a-5:30p
Sat: 8:30a-4:30p

After Hours Emergency
Emergency Clinic

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NOTE: These are offered
as general information
only and NOT a substitute
for a visit to your
veterinarian. If you feel
that your pet has a
problem that may require
urgent attention
call us at (650) 583-5039
immediately. If after hours,
contact the emergency
clinic (650) 348-2575.
Play Should Be a Part of Your Rabbit’s Life
If you have any questions or concerns, you should always visit or call San Bruno Pet -- they are your best resource to ensure the health and well-being of your pets.

Play should be a part of your rabbit’s life, as an addition to exercise and social interaction. Toys provide an outlet for natural behaviors and play gives a sense of accomplishment and intellectual stimulation. Toys help protect your valuable belongings by providing acceptable outlets for chewing, digging, burrowing and shredding.

Providing toys is providing emotional and intellectual enrichment.

Toys do not have to be expensive or fancy (although some are). Homemade toys can be a huge hit too. Some homemade options include phone books, cardboard boxes, a straw broom, oven-dried pine cones, or a cardboard paper towel roll stuffed with hay. Try a digging box filled with paper, play sand or hay. Try a cardboard tunnel or willow tent. Offer a yard of fleece for pushing and digging. Plastic baby toss toys and stacking cups are beloved by rabbits. Emotional, intellectual and social dimensions can have a great impact on wellness versus purely physical dimensions. Rabbit health can decline from emotional impoverishment. Offer new toys on a monthly basis and rotate toys regularly. Rabbits have a sense of humor and will exceed people’s expectations when given the opportunity to do so!

Find great toys:

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by Amy Ramnaraine, House Rabbit Society Educator in Training