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Rabbits for Sale in PA - Pennsylvania

Aliquippa, PA | Lizzie's Lops
 Holland Lops, Mini Lops.
More Detail: At Lizzie’s Lops we handle the babies from birth daily. They get so much attention from us because we are a micro rabbitry (around 6). We are always complemented by new owners on how friendly and well socialized their new bunny is. We strive to improve the Holland lop and Mini lop breeds and create  companionship between humans and bunnies from birth. We truly love and care for our rabbits to the best of our ability because each one is part of our Lizzie’s lops family. Please read more about us on our website! 
Email: eclairemcdonald @ gmail. com
Website: https://elizabethslops.weebly.com/
Phone: (412) 935 - 4184

Bernville, PA | Happily Ever After Rabbitry
Breeds: Mini Rex & Mini Lop.  Pet, show, and brood quality rabbits.
Email: Happilyeverafterrabbitry @ gmail. com
Phone: (484) 755 - 0800

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Carlisle, PA | Beaming Bunnies Rabbitry
 Mini Rex, Champagne d’Argent, Harlequin, English Spot, Lionhead, Dutch, Silver Fox, Holland Lop.
More Detail: All of my rabbits are bred to high standards and are all very healthy. They are handled daily and are my top priority.
Email: jgracie825 @ gmail. com
Phone: (717) 422 - 2883

Chambersburg, PA | Dutch Daises  Rabbitry
 Pet and show quality Dutch rabbits.
More Detail: We raise quality dutch rabbits that do well on the show table. We handle each rabbit from the day they are born to the day the find new homes. We raise blue, tortoise, and chocolate varieties of dutch rabbits. They have great personalities and would make a perfect pet or show rabbit!
Email: dutchdaisiesrabbitry @ gmail. com

Fairfield, PA | Mildred's Mayhem
Breeds: English Angora
Contact: (240) 691-6184 
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Mildreds-Mayhem-Rabbitry-298799274153924/

Frackville, PA | T and H Rabbitry
Breeds: Mini Lops.
More detail: Our rabbits cared for and loved by my girlfriend and I. We take much pride in having friendly, adorable, and playful mini lops for you to take home and enjoy as another part of your family.
Email: tandhrabbitry @ gmail. com
Cell: (570) 590 - 7825 (cell) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TandHRabbitryyy/

Gardners, PA | Yaleska's Rabbits
 Mini Lops 
Contact: boriyaly @ gmail. com

Gratz, PA | Beanie Buns Rabbitry
Breeds: Holland Lop, Mini Rex, Lionhead
Website: https://beaniebunsrabbitry.weebly.com 
Email: christie.m @ outlook. com

Greencastle, PA | Dandy Lion N'Lops Rabbitry
Breeds: We raise pedigree Lionheads, English Lops, Holland Lops and Continental Giants.
More detail: Our goal is happy, healthy and beautiful bunnies!
Email: dhbgood @ gmail. com
Phone: (717) 331 - 3033

Hanover, PA | Beachcomber Bunnies
Breeds: Mini Lop, Holland Lop, Netherland Dwarf, Mini Lop-Holland Lop Mix
More detail: Our goal is to provide you and your family with pet bunnies bred specifically for smaller size, calm temperament, beautiful markings, and optimal health.
Email:  beachcomberbunnies @ gmail. com 
Phone: (717) 451 - 4936 

Herndon, PA | Joan's Rabbits
Breeds: Holland Lops. Does and bucks, some pedigreed, some not.
Email: joanherman1975 @ gmail. com

Honesdale, PA | Bronson's Bunnies Rabbitry
Breeds: New Zealand, Californian, Satin, Silver Fox, Champagne d'Argent, Rex, Mini Rex, Thrianta
Email: raisin33b @ yahoo. com
Phone: (570) 313 - 4268

Honesdale, PA | Livin' on the Ridge Rabbitry
Breeds: Satin, New Zealand, Silver Fox.
Email: cadencekretschmer453 @ gmail. com
Phone: (570) 290 - 5097
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Livin-on-the-Ridge-Rabbitry-111196641005298

Maytown, PA | Buddy and Red's Rabbitry
Breeds: Californian mixes, Champagne De'Argent, Mini Lop Dutch mixes.
Email: zoezoek05 @ gmail. com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100069748420725
6/8/2021 (7/15/2021 Updated)

Landisburg, PA | Carriage House Rabbits
Breeds: New Zealand/Californian cross.
More detail: We are an ARBA registered rabbitry.
Email: carriagehouserabbits @ gmail . com
8/17/2021 (Updated)

Morgan's Mini Lops in Langhorne, PA

Langhorne, PA | Morgan's Mini Lops
Breeds: Mini Lops
Contact: morgangoldenbaum @ gmail . com
Phone: (267) 994 - 1763
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Morgans-Mini-Lops-111908714002143/
(Pictured: baby mini lop) 

Lebanon, PA | Pixie Hollow Rabbitry
Breeds: Netherland Dwarf, Dwarf Hotot, and Champagne d'Argent
Website: Pixie Hollow Rabbitry

Littlestown, PA | Tina's Rabbits
Breeds: Standard Rex, bucks, does, solid blues and broken blues.
More detail: We are a small rabbitry and handle babies daily. We only breed for pets. 
Email: Mandtmidkiff @ aol . com

McKeesport, PA | Painted Dreams
Breeds: Mini Rex Mixed Rabbits.
More detail: Sweet and loving family pets, used to dogs, enjoy being petted, and are used to the sounds of daily home life.
Email: painteddreams21 @ yahoo . com

New Oxford, PA | Katrina's Rabbits
Breeds: Netherland Dwarf, Jersey Wooly, Hotot.
More detail: All rabbits are handled since birth and have very calm personalities. We breed for both personality traits and looks.
Contact: kabarfarms @ pa . net
Phone: (717) 465 - 5155

Newmanstown, PA | Katie’s Loving Lops
Breeds: Velveteen Lops, Flemish Giant Mixes.
Email: katelynsmith826 @ gmail. com
Phone: (717) 769 - 8074

Newport, PA | Gusler's Rabbit Ranch
Breeds: Holland lops, English lops, Polish, Rhinelanders, Belgian hares, Lion Heads, Soon teddywidders.
More detail: We've been breeding, showing, and raising rabbits  for 15 years.
Email: Salenahaas @ yahoo . com
Phone: (717) 275 - 6068

New Providence, PA | Providence Satins
Breeds: Satins.
More detail: We raise show quality satins that could be competitive anywhere they are shown. The goal of our rabbitry is to bring quality to rabbit breeding programs by offering the healthiest and most structurally correct rabbits possible. Satin rabbits are a dual purpose breed because they are known both for their soft, shiny, luxurious coat, and their great meat qualities.
Contact: Gabrielle at providencesatins @ gmail . com

Nicholson, PA | Simply Nourish Homestead
Breeds: Holland Lops, Rex, and Flemish Giants
Email: becky12151994 @ gmail. com
Phone: (570) 851 - 9814
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/simplynourishhomestead/

Northampton, PA | Becca's Burrow
Breeds: Havana Rabbits: Chocolates, lilacs, blacks, and brokens in all these colors. Pedigreed, show or pet quality.
Email: beccasburrow @ gmail . com
Website: Becca's Burrow
Phone: (484) 866 - 5599

Perkasie, PA | Smolbuns
Breeds: Holland lop, Lionhead.
More detail: These are sweet adorable bunnies raised with love!
Email: tsmolen @ hotmail . com

Saylorsburg, PA | Funny Bunnies Farm
Breeds: Mini-Rex, Our babies are handled and socialized from 24-48 hours after they are born until the day you pick up. They are raised indoors with myself, my husband, our 3 children and our 3 dogs. They are used to movement and all kinds of noise so they don’t startle easily. Available at 8 weeks of age. Feel free to contact us with questions. 
Email: Lora - funnybunniesfarm @ gmail . com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/375581070091466 
Phone: (610) 653 - 4983

Snow Shoe, PA | Luvin' Buns Rabbitry
English Angoras, Lionheads
Contact: Marshallmaude61 @ yahoo . com

Spring Mills, PA | Ren's Rabbits
Holland Lop, Flemish Giant, Mini Lop, Rex, Mini Rex, Harlequin, Dutch, Lionhead, Dwarf  Lionhead, English Angora, mixed breeds.
Email: Renpineapple @ gmail. com
Website: https://20sronk0.wixsite.com/rensrabbits-1
4/19/2021, (Updated 5/13/21)

Tionesta, PA | Clara's Rabbits
Breeds: Beautiful show quality lion head kits available!
More detail: I am a certified ARBA and NALRC breeder. They make wonderful pets and have been handled by kids since day one. Parents have won several awards at competitions! In total there are ten bunnies left! Prices range from 25 to 40 depending on the color, quality and sex of the rabbit. We have many colors available, and they are currently 7 weeks old.
Email: clarajbeck @ icloud . com
Phone: (814) 354 - 2031

York, PA | Rosalee's Bunnies
Breeds: Mini Lops
Email: angelbug1578 @ gmail . com
Email: rlunsford38 @ aol . com
Phone/Text: (717) 714 - 0493 

York Haven, PA | Sugar n' Spice
Breeds: Flemish Giants.
More detail: All rabbits are handled since birth and have very calm personalities. We breed for both personality traits and looks.
Email: Jokelso9606 @ gmail . com
8/20/2021 (updated)


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Our Herd

Meet our herd!  Each one of these bunnies has a special spot in our hearts and home.  We picked each of the bunnies to join our herd based on temperament and pedigree.  They are our current brood bucks and does and produce all of our beautiful bunnies.  Our buns each have a unique personality and we adore them.  The bunnies below are not for sale.

Humble Holland's Magnolia
Doe - Sable Point

Magnolia is a doll! She loves to give kisses and enjoys head scratches.  She is easy going and loves to lounge on your lap.  We joke all the time that she is like a cat. Mags has produced beautiful sable points and tortes.

BBR's Blair
Doe - Chestnut Agouti

Blair is a sweetheart! She is easygoing and laid back which can be rare in a doe.   She was one of our first homegrown babies that we kept.  She is a wonderful mama and produces a variety of gorgeous colors.

LL's Gypsy
Doe - Harlequin

Gypsy loves attention and playtime! She is a very curious bunny.  We love her laid back personality and she is always eager for attention.  She always produces the most beautiful harlequins and tris.

BBR's Thea
Doe - Orange Broken

Thea is a ham! She has the best personality.  She loves attention and does some of the most amazing binkies! She is an amazing mama and produces the sweetest babies. 

Bontempi's Graceland
Doe - Black Broken

Gracie is a sweetie!  She is a very curious girl and loves her playtime.  She has some of the best zoomies in the herd.  She is a wonderful mama and produces beautiful babies.

BBR's Buttercup
Doe - Black Torte

Buttercup is one of the newest additions to our herd! She is one of Butter's babies and we adore her just like her momma. She has the sweetest temperament. She is always eager for love and attention. 

Campo's Puddin' Pop
Doe - Chocolate

Puddin' is an easy going girl! We love her laid back personality.  She has larger litters and is a rock star at motherhood.  She produces some of the prettiest chocolate babies.  

BBR's Lucy
Doe - Broken Lynx

Lucy is a doll! We love her go with the flow personality.  She loves head scratches and nose kisses.  She recently welcomed her first litter with us and did amazing! Updated photos of this sweet girl coming soon!

BBR's Poppy
Doe - Lilac

Poppy has a larger than life personality! We are so excited to see her grow over the next few months. We anticipate her first litter early 2022. 

BBR's Dixie
Doe - Broken Lilac Torte

Dixie has the most even tempered personality. We loves being the center of attention and is so loving with children.  She recently welcomed her first litter and is an amazing mom.  Updated photos of her coming soon! 

BBR's Willa
Doe - Opal

Willa is one of Blair's babies.  She is petite and a snuggle bug! Willa has grown quite a bit and I really need to update her photos (along with many others).  She is am amazing momma and produces beautiful blue tortes and opals.

Doe - Broken Blue Torte

Hope will be joining our herd very soon!

BBR's Lulu
Doe - Blue Otter

Lulu is one of our first homegrown otter does.  We are so exicted to watch her grow!   We are planning her first litter in early Spring 2021.

LSL's Babs
Doe - Blue Otter

We are so excited to add Babs to our rabbitry! She will be going us in October 2020. 

The Bucks

BBF's Blueberry
Buck - Blue Broken

Blueberry is a sweetie! We adore this lovable little guy. He is full of personality and loves to snuggle.  He is one of our best breeders and produces the most beautiful babies. 

BBR's Memphis
Buck - Blue Torte Broken
Let me count the ways I love him! This sweet guy stole my heart from the moment I saw him.  We are so excited to watch him grow!

BBR's Baloo
Buck - Blue Otter

This little guy had me swooning from day one! Big thank you to Lonestar Lops for allow us to "borrow" your sweet Fresno to produce this beautiful buck!  We hope to carry on his legacy for many litters to come.

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holland lop

The Holland Lop is the smallest of the lop rabbit breeds. They originated in the Netherlands in the mid-twentieth century, and weigh just 2-4 pounds.

Holland Lop bunnies have small compact bodies, flat faces, and distinctive lop ears. They have short fur, and come in a wide range of different colors.

Despite often being referred to as calm and docile, the Holland Lop rabbit can be quite lively and needs plenty of opportunity to exercise. They are friendly, inquisitive, and can be a lot of fun.

So could a Holland Lop bunny be the right pet for you? Let’s take a look at exactly how this tiny breed arose, the care they need, and what you can expect from the Holland Lop in your life.

Holland Lop FAQs

Our readers’ most popular and frequently asked questions about this bunny.

What’s in this guide to the Holland Lop

What Is A Holland Lop

This tiny bunny is the essence of cuteness due to their cuddly size and floppy ears. Though there are different breeds of lops, the Holland Lop is the smallest of them all.

This is one of the most popular rabbit breeds in the USA and around the world. They have very sweet, affectionate dispositions to go along with their adorable looks.

But these rabbits also have certain health issues that they are prone to, largely due to how they were bred. So it’s important to get all the facts before you decide to bring home a baby Holland Lop.

Where Does The Holland Lop Come From

The Holland Lop originated in the Netherlands, created by the well-known Dutch rabbit breeder Adrian de Cock, who began the breeding process in 1949.

De Cock wanted to produce a miniaturized version of the French Lop, a large and heavy breed of rabbit highly favoured in northern Europe. To achieve this, he crossbred the French Lop with the Netherland Dwarf.

The venture initially failed, as the resulting bunnies had upright ears, despite being small.

Further crossbreeding with English Lops strengthened the lop gene, finally producing a tiny rabbit with the distinctive floppy ears.

Holland Lop

Official Breed

By 1964, the Netherlands Governing Rabbit Council officially recognized the Holland Lop as a new breed. It became extremely popular across Europe, both as a pet and show rabbit.

The tiny Holland Lop made its way to England in 1969 and was introduced to the USA in 1975.

It was officially recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) in 1979.

Holland Lop Appearance

So what do these bunnies look like?

Holland Lops are small, compact bunnies that have a wide body shape that is stocky and muscular with short, thick legs. They have flat, round faces and a broad head with a distinctive puff of fur at the back, known as the crown.

They also have a short, dense coat of medium length with rollback fur. When stroked from the opposite direction, it returns to its original position.

Without a doubt, their most famous features are their lop ears, which hang down either side of the head and frame their adorable faces, only adding to their appeal! However, their ears do not usually lop until they are about two months old, with some not flopping until the age of three!

This cute little bunny has a pose resembling a cat, where they rest mostly on their hind legs, placing little weight on their two front ones.

How Big Do Holland Lops Get?

Holland Lops are only 2 to 3 inches in height and about 5 to 6 inches long.

They typically weigh no more than 4 pounds when fully grown. Females tend to be larger than males.

Holland Lop Colors

Interested in a black Holland Lop rabbit? What about a blue Holland Lop? How about a chocolate chinchilla Holland Lop?

One of the most endearing and interesting features of the Holland Lop bunny are the variety of colors and patterns seen in this breed.

The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) recognizes eight color groups in the breed, with different colors belonging to each.


These bunnies have bands of colors and dark ticking. White is around the eyes, nose, mouth, belly, inside the ears, and under the tail. Their colors include:

  • Chestnut
  • Chocolate
  • Chinchilla
  • Chocolate Chinchilla
  • Lynx
  • Opal
  • Squirrel


The self-group bunnies have one solid color which includes:

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Chocolate
  • Lilac
  • White


This group includes colored patches with white in between. Tricolors are also possible.

The color should be at least 10% and no more than 70%. If a Holland Lop is mainly white with only a small amount of color (less than 10%), it is often known as a “charlie.” These are not ideal and forbidden in showing.

Alternately, a rabbit with too much color (more than 70%) is also not permitted to show.

Pointed White

These bunnies have a white body along with colored points on the nose, ears, feet, and tail. The eyes are ruby.

Colors include:


Shaded bunnies have darker coloring on their ears, tail, head, and feet with the rest of their body being a lighter shade.

Colors include:

  • Sable Point
  • Seal
  • Tortoise – black, blue, lilac, or chocolate
  • Siamese Sable
  • Smoke Pearl

Tan Pattern

Rabbits with this pattern have a solid color on the head, outside the ears, the top side of the body, and the front feet. Creamy white with ticking appears on the belly, around the ears, and on the front of the legs and feet.

On black or chocolate otters, the ticking is orange, whereas the ticking on blue and lilac is a lighter fawn color.


The surface color of ticked Holland Lops can be:

These colored bunnies have an even ticking of either silver or gold seen throughout the coat, feet, legs, sides, back, chest, and ears.

Wide Band

This group consists of top coat color and undercoat color. White is around the ears and eyes, on the belly, and at the bottom of their tails.

The colors in this group consist of:

  • Cream
  • Fawn
  • Orange
  • Frosty
  • Red
  • Tricolors

Holland Lop Facts

In Holland, the Holland Lop is “Nederlandse Hangoor Dwerg” which translates as Dutch Little Hanging Ear.

These bunnies are nicknamed “The Hallmark Breed.”

A Holland Lop named Pui Pui from Tokyo, Japan, is considered the world’s most stylish bunny. Dressing in an array of outfits, he has a massive following of over 23,000 followers on Instagram!

Holland Lop Temperament

The Holland lop is full of life and thrives on attention from people. They are renowned for being more calm, gentle, and docile than other popular rabbit breeds and are easy to handle.

It is vital that this type of bunny has plenty of time away from their enclosures so they can hop about and exercise, preferably outside when the weather is good. However, Holland Lops are a curious and intelligent breed that is prone to finding ways to escape, so make sure you have a secure area for them!

Providing toys for your bunny keeps them both occupied and stimulated, thus preventing boredom.

Unless you plan to breed from your bunny, it is preferable to spay does and neuter bucks. This helps reduce territorial behaviors like digging or spraying and makes litter training easier.

holland lop

Do Holland Lops Bite?

Generally speaking, almost any rabbit breed may nip if under stress or frightened.

Among these rabbits, bucks are generally considered cuddlier and more affectionate than does.

Does are equally sweet, but they may be more feisty and prone to nipping if nervous or scared.

Taming Holland Lops

Taming a Holland Lop bunny should be no difficult task, as they generally take to humans and are known to be relatively easy to handle.

However, as with any animal, it’s important to take steps to let them get used to you when you first meet. Speak softly, and don’t make abrupt movements.

Don’t rush the introductory process. They can be skittish, especially in new situations.

Holland Lop Health

As a prey animal, it is often difficult to know when a bunny is sick, as they will hide their symptoms. Daily observation of your pet is essential so you can detect any illnesses or diseases early.

Monitor their eating and drinking habits, check their droppings, and stay vigilant for any changes in their appearance or behavior, feeling for any unusual bumps.

As the Holland Lop had certain features specifically bred into them, this has made them prone to certain health conditions.

Specific Health Issues

Their small round heads and flat faces often cause sinus issues and eye problems.

It also leads to misalignment of the teeth so they are not worn down when chewing, leading to malocclusion. This severe condition causes pain and infection, making it impossible to eat, and can lead to gastrointestinal stasis, which is extremely serious, requiring possible surgery.

Feeding plenty of quality hay and grass-based pellets along with providing wood and pet-safe toys to chew helps wear down a bunny’s teeth.

The lop ears of this breed can often mean poorer hearing and having an extra fold prevents air flowing freely. As a result, dirt accumulates and causes a painful condition called otitis media.

Otitis media is an infection of the inner ear and, if left untreated, can spread to the upper respiratory tract.

Other Potential Problems

This rabbit is also prone to many of the diseases prevalent in other domesticated rabbits which include:

  • Snuffles
  • Hairballs
  • Head tilt
  • Myxomatosis
  • Ear Mites
  • Sore hocks
  • Parasites

Find a Vet for Exotic Pets

Before bringing a Holland Lop into your home, it is vital that potential owners find a rabbit savvy vet in their area.

Rabbits are considered exotic pets, requiring specialized veterinary treatment, as they react differently to certain medications.

Administering anaesthesia to such a delicate creature for surgery is highly dangerous. As a result, medical treatment for a rabbit is expensive.

Any pet rabbit should have a health check with the vet at least once a year.

How Long Do Holland Lops Live?

The Holland Lop lifespan is around 7 to 12 years, with some living up to 15 years of age.

Spaying or neutering your rabbit can help them live longer, as well as improve behavior and prevent certain cancers.

An indoor rabbit is more likely to live longer than one living outdoors, as it is sheltered from bad weather and not exposed to pests, parasites, or predators.

Do Holland Lops Smell?

In and of themselves, Holland Lops — and other rabbit breeds — do not smell badly. However, it really depends on how clean the bunny cage is kept, and that’s up to the owner!

A rabbit cage should be spot cleaned every few days, and deep cleaned at least once a week. This includes changing out litter and bedding.

If your rabbit doesn’t smell good, you might need to clean the cage more often. Your bunny may also not be used to litter box training yet.

Holland Lop Care

Holland Lops only need a weekly brush, but more frequent brushing is required during molting to help stop them ingesting hairballs. Their nails require trimming once a month.

As well as their main diet of hay and pellets, your bunny should have small amounts of leafy greens along with treats of fruits and vegetables. Clean, fresh water should always be available.

As an active rabbit, a cage with plenty of room is essential for running around. It should comfortably fit food and water dishes, litter box, and a box to rest in with plenty of clean bedding.

Set aside one hour per day for your pet bunny to be let out and have a run around as well as interact with you.

Keeping Holland Lops Together

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Rabbits thrive on companionship, so you may consider getting a pair of Holland Lops.

They’ll get along better if they’re of the opposite sex, but they will require spaying and neutering if you don’t intend to breed them.

If you have more than one rabbit, make sure that the cage is big enough to allow them plenty of room to move around, keep clean, and be comfortable.

Caring For A Baby Holland Lop

When searching for a baby Holland Lop, always go to a reputable breeder who is happy to show you their facilities and provide information about the breed. Speak to a vet specializing in rabbits for recommendations, or visit rabbit shows to meet breeders from your area.

When buying a bunny, the breeder should issue a written health guarantee.

Avoid pet stores who mainly sell rabbits from commercial breeders. Sadly, these bunnies usually haven’t been handled and are often unhealthy.

A baby Holland Lop will need the same basic diet and grooming as an adult, but make sure that the cage is the right size for your new little pet and that they won’t get a paw stuck anywhere.

Holland Lop Price

How much does a baby Holland Lop cost? What about a grown up Holland Lop?

The actual cost depends on the location, the gender, pedigree, colors, and other factors.

But for a non-show Holland Lop baby, you can expect the price to be somewhere between $35 and $100. For a show-worthy bunny, the price may be closer to $250 or even more.

If you plan to adopt a bunny from a shelter, there will be an initial adoption fee of somewhere between $15 and $50 dollars, though the shelter may charge additional fees.

Showing Your Holland Lop

If you have a show-worthy Holland Lop bunny, look for local rabbit shows to try your pet out. Show rabbits should fit the breed standard in order to be entered.

There may be an entry fee to show your rabbit, but there are also prizes given, usually. So if your rabbit meets the criteria, has a “showy” disposition, and you can travel to shows, it may be worth the effort!

Rescuing A Holland Lop

Instead of buying a Holland Lop, you may consider adopting one from a rescue center.

Look at animal shelters in your area to find out if they have the breed of your choice.

Quite often their rabbits have already been vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed or neutered.

The shelter allows you time to get to know a bunny before making the final decision to adopt.

Similar Breeds

Because of certain features in the Holland Lop, they are prone to specific health issues. You may wish to consider healthier breeds such as these:

If you’re interested in a lop but not necessarily the Holland Lop, check out our article on lop-eared bunnies of all types.

Holland Lop Products and Accessories

Ready to get your new bunny all set up? Here are some suggestions for what they may need.

Is A Holland Lop Right For Me

Holland Lops have sweet and gentle temperaments which make them ideal pets for families with older children. These bunnies require a lot of time and effort to look after properly and careful handling due to their small size and sometimes skittish behavior.

Although this rabbit is adorable, we cannot recommend them due to the health problems which have been wilfully bred into them.

If your heart is set on this breed, you may want to look into rescuing a full grown Holland Lop in need of a home.

Do You Have A Holland Lop?

Do you have one of these bunnies living at home with you?

Take a minute and drop us a line in the comments below. We’d love to hear about your pet!

References And Resources

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