Therapy dog from Ohio is this year’s Cadbury Bunny

Annie Rose is an English doodle from Ohio that will be Cadbury’s bunny for 2022.

Annie Rose is an English doodle from Ohio that will be Cadbury’s bunny for 2022.

The Hershey Firm

The torch has been passed, and a new pet has been crowned this year’s Cadbury Bunny, Hershey declared.

Annie Rose, a remedy doggy from Ohio, will be stepping up to don the bunny ears for this Easter period.

After a physically demanding voting competitors, Annie Rose will be the fourth-yearly pet to star in the Cadbury Clucking Bunny professional. She was in a position to rake in hundreds of votes from supporters across the region.

The lovely pooch from Cincinnati is no stranger to superstardom, The Hershey Company stated in a information release saying her victory. Annie Rose spends her times in Ohio checking out nursing properties, and she even has a tireless get the job done ethic to boot.

“When COVID-19 constraints meant no readers at nursing households, Annie Rose did not give up, she labored even more difficult, dressing up and strutting her things outside the house the nursing household home windows as a substitute,” the firm said.

The English doodle enjoys to provide smiles to her adoring supporters, and starring in this industrial will be almost nothing various, according to a sneak peek of her silver-display debut.

Along with the part in the industrial showcasing the Cadbury eggs, Annie Rose gets to take home a prize of $5,000.

“Annie is not a therapy dog to just nursing houses,” Annie Rose’s owner wrote in a Facebook write-up. “She is a therapy puppy to all of us. God has a hand on this major fluffy girl.”

This story was at first posted March 30, 2022 6:53 PM.

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