Where to Get Denver Dog Pictures With the Easter Bunny

Here comes Pupper Cottontail, hoppin’ down the…you know the rest. This spring, get your dog’s photo taken with another fave furry fren! Here’s a roundup of spots to snap dog pictures with the Easter Bunny in Denver.

Park Meadows 

Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny at Park Meadows in Lone Tree is a mutts-do. Booking appointments is suggested, but not required, for pet nights on March 28th and April 4th from 5-7 p.m. This one-on-one with the Easter Bunny is sure to be heckin’ adorable, so pack the bribe treats and hop on over with your pooch to check it out. 

Southwest Plaza 

While you’re choreographing the perfect shot at Southwest Plaza in Littleton, your pup can tell the hooman in the bunny suit about all the goodies he wants in his Easter basket. Pro tip: skip the line by making an appointment online for their pet nights, held on March 28th and April 4th from 5-7 p.m. Get eggs-cited (sorry not sorry for that one)! 

PetSmart

Free pup photos with the Easter Bunny can be yours with just a hop, skip, and a jump over to 1 of 23 participating metro area PetSmarts. Booking your photo is as easy as finding your preferred location on their site and grabbing a free, 30-minute appointment. When you arrive, you’ll even receive a golden egg scratcher card fur a chance to get special discounts! 

Colorado Pug Rescue in Colorado Springs

The wonderful folks at Colorado Pug Rescue are hosting the pawfect puppertunity for your dog to get her glamor shot taken with the Easter Bunny. Head to Bentley’s Pet Stuff in Colorado Springs on April 9th from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. to meet the HBIC (Head Bunny in Charge) for yourselves. Donations are welcome.    

Town Center at Aurora

Got a mutt who knows how to model? Stop by the Town Center at Aurora on April 14th from 6-8 p.m. to get your pooch’s perfect Easter Bunny Insta shot. But don’t say we didn’t warn you, all the ruv may go straight to her snoot, er…head. 

Did we miss any spots to get pup pics with the Easter Bunny around Denver? Howl at us in the comments and pretty pawleae tag @SidewalkDog in all your adorbs bunny photos.

Featured photo: Park Meadows

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