Registered with the American Rabbitry Breeders Association # D6134
Introduction to the
A man from the Netherlands named Adrian DeCock founded this breed. He crossed a Netherland Dwarf buck to a French Lop doe, and developed the breed from there. The Holland Lop first appeared in America in 1976 and attracted immediate admiration. It was quickly recognized by the ARBA in 1979 and has been one of the most popular breeds for show and pets ever since.
As with all rabbits, they are individually unique and it's difficult to generalize when talking about 'personality'. However, the majority of Holland Lops are more docile and gentle in comparison to some other popular breeds.
They are very smart and easy to litter-box train. Hollands make wonderful pets due to their small size , intelligence and craving of affection. They are known for their curiosity which is quite comical making them very enjoyable to have around.
The Holland Lop is the smallest of the lop-eared breeds
When it is full grown it will range between 2-4 lbs. The Holland Lop is smaller in size than the Mini Lop due to it holding true dwarf genes and not the other way around.
All of my bunnies are very important to me and receive the best care for they are my pets first and foremost. I am breeding top quality pedigree Holland Lops ; there are no crosses or mixing in my lines. My goal is to provide healthy, sound structured bunnies with great temperaments to caring homes while sticking to the ARBA and HLRSC standards. I am hoping that you will love and enjoy them for many years to come!
Our baby bunnies are well socialized, friendly , and are handled daily. I am determined to keep the rabbitry small so the bunnies get the hands on attention and love that they all deserve. We are breeding for quality not quantity, and only have a few litters a year. I will keep my site updated with the most current information on our next available litter.
Please check out our For Sale page for babies that may be available .