You can get free family and pet photos with the Easter Bunny at PetSmart

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PetSmart is offering a chance for your entire family — pets included, of course — to pose with the Easter Bunny. Have you ever heard of anything more adorable!?

The chance to have your cats, dogs and kids photographed together to forever commemorate Easter 2019 will take place over the weekend on April 13 and April 14 at participating PetSmart stores, according to Hip2Save.

All you have to do is show up with your kiddos and pets dressed in their Easter best to pose with the Easter Bunny. The photos are completely free, and you’ll be sent a digital file of the snapshot via email, as well as have time to catch some of your own photos via a camera or smartphone, according to the PetSmart website. Make sure your crew remembers to smile and say “Happy Easter!”

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Flickr | JeepersMedia

The event will take place from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on both days, so make some time in the afternoon on Saturday or Sunday to have your photo taken just in time for Easter.

And PetSmart isn’t the only venue hosting free photo sessions this Easter. Petco tweeted saying that certain locations will have the Easter Bunny on-site:

You can also find retailers such as IKEA offering the chance to snap some precious photos of your little one.

For example, the IKEA in Elizabeth, New Jersey, is offering IKEA Family members the chance to take their own photos of their kids smiling alongside the Easter Bunny.

The event will take place on Saturday, April 6 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., and you can register for the event through Eventbrite.

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Check in with local stores in your area to see if they’re hosting similar events, and also check to see if the PetSmart, Petco or IKEA near you is a participating location.

Don’t miss out on chances like these to make lasting memories for you and your family this Easter!

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