Animal Stories - Holland Lop Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: Holland Lop Rabbits

   The cute Holland Lop is a delightful bunny, with adorable floppy ears!
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Darla - 2006-10-03
To those of you who wonder how to protect your rabbits from hair balls, please please give them Hartz Hairball Remedy (Petromalt flavor only please). Provided to them as directed on the product will not only prevent hairball deaths, but given outside of the molting periods offers preventative maintenance as well. I have worked for a veterinarian as well as rescuing and treating many pet rabbits and this is the most effective cure to date. I have not had any incidents in over 2 years now with my 2 pet rabbits since finding this product. It was at one time a product not recommended for rabbits and now has since become very useful in providing a good quality of life during the molting process which as you know is very stressful to the rabbit. Don't forget, your rabbit is very similar to a horse in physiology and after having horses for many years, the same ideas for feeding and maintenance apply. I hope this information has helped you.


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Susan - 2006-09-27
My young adult daughter was given a Holland Lop by a friend. He was only 2 months old and was the first rabbit our family had owned. He was an animal with attitude! I never realized a prey animal could be so opinionated. He bit occasionally as a very young rabbit but out grew that in a few months. We tried to let him out in the living room but he chewed everything! We had to watch him constantly. He was safer in the kitchen. His cage was in the kitchen and would demand attention. He loved sitting in our laps getting a good jaw scratch. His favorite treats were dandylions and pansies. I'll never look at a dandylion again without thinking about Sweet Pea. Sweet Pea died from a hair ball in August 2006, he was only two years old. By the time we realized he was sick, and took him to a vet, it was too late. My husband and I have grieved for him more profoundly than we could have imagined. He was beautiful, white with grey blotches. Thank you for letting me write about Sweet Pea.

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eric - 2006-09-26
I can't recommend Holland Lops enough! Squiggles; The Bane of Carrots (My bunny) is a real sweetheart. He loves being around people, and craves attention like no one's business. With the right care, and attention and love, these rabbits will give it back to you in spades!

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Holland Lop :-D - 2006-09-24
Theu are a very good pet, friendly indeed. As a young rabbit owner, my holland lop has pulled me into wanting other rabbits also that i see in rabbits shows. But holland lops are my favorite and i am soon looking for a holland doe to breed with my buck!

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Holland Lopa - 2006-09-24
Holland lops ARE THE BOMB. I have one holland buck :-D he is awesome and so cute they have such good personalitys and love to cuddle don't eat much and not much hassle.

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sara knoblock - 2006-09-23
i am going to get a holland lop very soon, and it's going to be a brown female. i think this website and so many others have helped me find out more about all different kinds of bunnies!i luv bunnies!

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Randi Jonson - 2006-09-21
Holland Lops are the best! I just got two 8 week old does for the FFA, and I love them to death! One is hyper and one is calm, they lick me and never bite and already use a litter box! They are named Hazel and Silver and one is gray & brown and one is white & black. They love apples (no seeds) and especially alfalfa hay and pellets. They are wonderful pets, and if you are looking for a great rabbit Holland Lops should be great for you!!

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Lauren - 2006-09-05
Omg! I have one of these rabbits and they are so cute! Mine is a dump and likes to jump spray! Awwwwww!

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Sabrina - 2006-09-01
I own a holland lop rabbit named Muffin. I recommend holland lop rabbits to anyone who is able to give them alot of atention. Holland lops are very funny rabbits.

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Linda - 2006-08-26
My parents said when I got to a certain age I could get ANY rabbit of my choice. Believe it or not that time is next year, i have already spent 3 months researching on what kind of rabbit i want! this website has helped me so much!!!! Thank you!

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