You have eyes like a rabbit if you can find hidden puppy among Easter bunnies

By Staff

You’d be hopping mad not to take a look at this Easter-themed brainteaser that challenges you to find the dog in the field of bunnies – do you think you’re up to the challenge?

There’s nothing quite like a brainteaser to get your cogs whirring, and this Easter-themed one will hopefully get you in the mood for all the festivities tomorrow.

Many people across the UK are gearing up for plenty of chocolatey delights, seasonal fun, and of course, an appearance from those mischievous Easter bunnies. With this in mind, Lords and Labradors have created a new adorable puzzle ahead of Easter weekend, challenging you to find the cheeky pup concealed among the image of Easter bunnies.

The average person manages to spot the dog within 20 seconds, and only one in five can spot the dog in less than 10 seconds. So, are you up for the challenge?

The scene is so distracting because of all the adorable bunnies and the gorgeous nature – but remember, there is a pup in there somewhere, and it’s your job to find him. The bunnies are all up to different things, with some frolicking, and some simply sitting down and holding carrots.

Have you managed to spot the dog yet? If not, you may want a sneaky clue to help you find the dog. The cheeky pup is hidden on the left hand of the image, somewhere around the middle. Did this help? If not, keep looking, we know you can spot him! And if you’re still looking, stop scrolling, because the answer is coming right up.


If you manage to spot the rabbit, congratulations! You’ve got really sharp eyes and you’ve been paying great attention. If you’re looking for more to keep your brain busy, why not attempt to spot the strawberry among the watermelons?

Or, if you’re up for something a little more tricky, you can try to spot the animal within the zig-zag image. Or, see whether you have a ‘highly intelligent mind’ by working out the next number in the baffling maths sequence.

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