Bunny Olympic Training

My rabbit has Olympic fever! Here she is training for her favorite bunny events. Learn how to train your rabbit from my DVD Bunny Training 101 at www.bunnytr…

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22 Responses

  1. BunnyTraining
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    i just made my own jumps…so no special name….just homemade jumps : )

  2. Julia Tegeder
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    *how old*

  3. Volt Star
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    Aww, thats co cute! :3

  4. MegglesBegeggles
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    lol! is that a holland lop! i have a holland lop! thay r so cute!!! he is
    really well trained he is so obedient you r an awesome trainor!

  5. madison lyn
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    What is the thing he jumped over called

  6. Gracie and Sophia LPS
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    Love it!

  7. camillepainter
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    They do love cilantro!

  8. star688100
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    If your bunny drops a pole do u still give them a treat???

  9. Rosiebunneh
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    Soooo cute!!!

  10. fancigal
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    next is discus! hehehe love the weightlifting!

  11. BunnyTraining
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    Yes she does! : )

  12. JONATHAN TURNER
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    Brilliant.

  13. LPSshortfilms12
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    So cute

  14. bunny lover
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    aww so adorable

  15. Concepcion Marty
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    trop top lol

  16. Saska Koshtic
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    awww..cute ^.^

  17. Brittany Quach
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    Adorable!!!

  18. Catherine Cato johnson
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    This is great! I love the tiny dumbbells!

  19. lauren bunny
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    so cute

  20. BunnyTraining
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    Awesome! You totally can train your rabbit. You can find all the answers to
    those questions and more in my Bunny Training 101 DVD : ) Visit my website
    listed above to order. She learns most things in just 1-2 sessions now.

  21. emilyratcliffe66
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    How funny

  22. BunnyTraining
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    Yes, because I want to maintain the behavior of jumping over the pole. If
    the pole is too high for the rabbit, then that is my fault, not the
    rabbits. I need to adjust the pole levels for success and gradually
    increase the height. There will always be a physical limit to what the
    rabbit can do and I need to be responsible for paying attention to that.

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