Bunny DayOn an upcoming April afternoon dedicated to bunnies, a rabbit expert and veterinarian, Dr. Meryl Schimek of Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care, Inc., will offer educational information to pet owners and their fluffy friends. Dr. Schimek will give a presentation called: “Outdoor Parasite Risks – Keeping the Bugs Off Your Bunny.”

On Sunday, April 28th, The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society event “Bunny Day 2019” will be hosted by The Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) of Waukesha from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. HAWS is located at 701 Northview Road. Admission to this event is $7.

Bunny Day 2019

Join fellow rabbit owners on Sunday, April 28th from noon to 4 pm, to learn about bunny care, share bunny stories and have some fun. Shop the “Bunny Boutique” for rabbit toys and accessories. Enter raffles for a chance to win prizes. Also, HAWS and WHRS will have rabbits available for adoption.

Bunny Day 2019, sponsored by The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society, will also offer important informational presentations on how to keep your furry companions happy and healthy.

This is an event for humans only. Please leave your rabbits and other pets safely at home.


Dr. Meryl Schimek

A veterinarian at the Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care, Dr. Schimek practices veterinary medicine on a wide variety of animals. However, while in veterinary school, she worked with and fell in love with small exotic mammals – especially rabbits. In her free time, Dr. Schimek volunteers with the Wisconsin House Rabbit Society.

Along with a big grey cat and a mixed breed dog, Meryl owns a New Zealand rabbit. “I’m excited to talk with fellow rabbit owners, and anyone interested in learning more about taking better care of their pets.,” said Dr. Schimek. “I hope to see you there,” she added.

About Brook-Falls

At Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care in Menomonee Falls, they understand the special relationship between pets and their owners. They offer wellness plans, diagnostics, surgery, dental care, etc., to keep animal friends happy and healthy and, whenever possible, prevent disease. The entire staff are pet owners and provide the best care possible to all kinds of pets, both exotic and common.

For more information, please call:

Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital at (262) 781 – 5277 or contact them online.

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