Maybe going to the dentist wouldn't be so bad - you might even be glad to be there - if you could watch a rescue bunny in a Santa suit playing, while you were in the chair.
Dentist Joseph Craig first combined rabbits with human dentistry at his office in St. Petersburg, Florida, in the early 1990s.
His kids had a family of rabbits living in a hutch at their home. But Craig thought they didn't have enough room, or enough sunlight - and so he relocated the crew to the fenced expanse of his office's outdoor space.
The rabbits thrived in their new environment - and also bred like, well, rabbits.
"We learned we had to get them fixed," Craig tells The Dodo.