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Ohio therapy dog named this year's Cadbury Bunny

Ohio therapy dog named this year's Cadbury Bunny
A 4-year-old English goldendoodle named Annie Rose was named this year's Cadbury Bunny by the chocolate company. Photo courtesy of Hershey's 

March 29 (UPI) -- An Ohio therapy dog was named this year's Cadbury Bunny after earning the most votes in the chocolate company's annual contest.

Hershey's announced Annie Rose, a 4-year-old English goldendoodle belonging to Lori Rahn, earned the most votes in Cadbury's online contest to find this year's clucking Easter Bunny.

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Officials said Annie Rose is a therapy dog who spends time visiting nursing homes.

Annie Rose bested a field of finalists that included other dogs, a cat, a llama, a horse, a hedgehog, a bearded dragon, a parrotlet and a sugar glider.

The canine will now star in Cadbury's annual Easter commercial and Rahn was awarded a $5,000 prize.

Rahn thanked supporters who voted for Annie Rose in a Facebook post.

"I'm so in awe of the support, love, excitement and votes you guys gave us," Rahn wrote.

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