Animal Stories - Holland Lop Rabbits


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   The cute Holland Lop is a delightful bunny, with adorable floppy ears!
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Amber - 2011-04-19
I have a Holland Lop bunnny and his name is flopsy.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-04-19
    That is a cute name.
  • Anonymous - 2013-01-02
    Awesome name where did you get that from I haven't heard it very much!!!!! COOL!!!!!!
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sylvia - 2012-08-05
I think I have a Holland Lop rabbit because he looks exactly like the picture on this website. But our rabbit is not a miniture. He weighs about 12 pounds. Could he be a larger version of the Holland Lop rabbit?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-08-05
    There are many different breeds of Lops but the Holland Lop is tiny and goes about 3 - 4 pounds.  Yours weighing in a 12 pounds is a little larger.  Many of the Lops do look alike and basically it is size, length of the ear, body etc that makes for diferent breeds.  If you go to www.bing.com and enter 'lop rabbit images' you will see a whole bunch of different lop breeds and possibly be able to pick yours out.  Remember, the various breeds come in different colors or patterns. 
  • suzanne - 2012-12-05
    We have a 9mo lop rabbit name Sadie, we think she is a Holland Lop. She weighs 9lbs. She looks like the pictures as well.
  • Erin - 2012-12-06
    Mini Lops do look like Holland Lops. They are both really sweet. The big difference is that Hollands have a dwarf gene so they are the smallest breed of lops. Next is the Mini Lop. Many people say that Mini Lops are the smallest, excluding the Hollands because they are a dwarf breed. I recently got a call to take a Holland and the picture looked like he could be, but when I got him, he weighed about 7 or 8 pounds so I knew just by his size that he is a Mini Lop. Sweet boy just like my Hollands, but he is definitely not a dwarf.
  • Anonymous - 2013-01-02
    NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) :) :) :) :)
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Marie - 2012-05-14
Hi My name is Marie and I have a Holland Lop Bunny about 3 months old and my daughter is sick can the bunny get sick from us. Because we love to hold her and she kisses us and we kiss her. Also my bunny eats its own poop is that normal. I am taking the Bunny to the vet on Friday to get her claws cut and get checked and he owns a Holland Lop Bunny so I have alot of questions to ask of him. Thank You

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-05-14
    Most diseases are species specific and don't cross from a human to a turtle or turtle to bird etc. There are a few exceptions such as rabies but rare. So I doubt your daughter can catch anything from your lop. Yes, it is normal for a bunny to eat its poop - provides some sort of additional nutrition. Your vet should be able to answer all your questions and alleviate concern. Just enjoy.
  • Marie - 2012-05-16
    Thank You Charlie again for helping us out I take her to the vet on Friday. I wrote all our questions down so I hope this will help us. :)
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Britt - 2011-11-06
Well, I really would like to get a Holland Lop. But a young one. The only problem is I cannot find any breeders. I live in Iowa. Does anyone know of any breeders near Des Moines?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-11-07
    Try calling any rabbit breeder. There should be some listed in the newspaper - or even an animal shelter. You can ask if they know of a Holland Lop breeder near your area.
  • Ainslee - 2011-12-13
    If you haven't found one yet, try arba.net. Under member resources there's a find a breeder section. Don't know if there's any in your area, but these are all reputable breeders.
  • Erin - 2012-02-12
    Hi Britt, I live in Northwest Iowa. My daughters and I have Holland Lop and Mini Lop babies. They were born about a week ago. If you are still looking for a bunny feel free to email me at jasonerinballou@aol.com.
  • Kristin Peterson - 2012-04-27
    I raise and show Holland lops I have some available the prices are $30 on up depending on the quality of the rabbit. I also have mini lops and french lops available. You can email me at kristinskritters@hotmail.com. I am located 20 miles north of Ames.
  • hannah - 2012-06-18
    Well I know one in Illinois but that probably won't help much. Sorry. I want one too but I'm not sure if she has any
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Kathy - 2012-05-03
I'm getting a little 6 week old blue holland dwarf lop tomorrow. How to get a heads up on the litter training. I hope to train him to be a service bunny. Any helpful suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Wish me luck.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-05-04
    I believe the easest way to litter train a bunny is to place the bunny in a small room (ie laundry room)where you will most likely set up the litter. Spread papers around and when he goes take the paper and crinkle it up and put the litter where the bunny just went with the crinkled up paper inside thelitter (along with the litter). You can then gradually move the litter to where you want it - but just like 6 inches at a time.
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hannah - 2012-06-18
Any holland lop breeders in chicago or the south suburbs? They are just the apple of my eye!:)

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-11-28
    Easiest way to look is to go to Bing.com or Google.com and enter Holland Lop Breeders + Chicago.  You can also try Holland Lop Breeders Society and they usually have a list of breeders.
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Hannah the honey bunny - 2012-06-18
Hey I'm searching for a perfect bunny in the chi town area. I've got quite a few that caught my eye like: Holland lop(fav of all) Mini lop Netherland dwarf Jersey wooly Lion head Dwarf hotot

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  • Hannah the honey bunny - 2012-06-21
    actullay not the wooly
  • Marie - 2012-06-29
    We have a beautiful 4 to 5 month old Holland Lop Bunny this is the best domesic bunny you can have they are wonderful with children and you can train them. Our Bunny is so lovable and loves to give kisses on demand and for no reason, at all she thinks she is a cat and loves to be held and will fall asleep on you for hours at a time. She is part of our family and we truly love her and do not regret the decision on getting her. She is also very easy to care for and is very clean and if you are allergic to cats you will not be allergic to her because I am highly allergic to cats and she does not bother me at all. Please think about getting a Holland Lop Bunny. You will be sooo Happy!!! :))))
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Rachel L Kobes - 2012-05-12
I plan on gettin a little bunny but I'm curious do they need a lot of vet visits and do they get sick often?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-05-12
    Bunnies are generally very hardy healthy creatures and shouldn't need trips to the vet. There are two shots required to insure your bunnies health which you or the breeder would have to have for the bunny. Additionally you will probably want to spay or neuter your little one. After that just feed healthy foods and plenty of hay.
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Marie - 2012-06-29
Hi Charlie its Marie. (My Beautiful Holland Lop Bunny) Snowball is now 4 to 5 months old but almost everytime I hold her she pee's on me but no one else. Thank God I have a towel on my lap with a garbage bag underneath. But for some reason she loves doing this to me. I am starting to get a complex. LOL!!! Then she will just flop down and go to sleep but before she does this I do change the towel to a fresh one so the scent is not there HELP????? Thank YOU!!!! Have a Great Weekend!!!

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-29
    You have a good weekend too.  Have no idea why but many parrots regurgitate (throw up) on their human and it is affection.  They are trying to feed us.  I guess she figure you are her territory - and that is what she wrote.  Enjoy and have fun.
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Marie - 2012-10-19
Hi Charlie TGIF!!!! Its Marie again I have Snowball the holland lop bunny. I have it running between the kitchen and hall its gated off. He's still pooping all over we had him trained to go in his cage but he does not do it anymore I am not sure if he thinks that this spot is his cage or what its been going on for awhile. We never litter box trained him because he would not go in it. During the day I let him have the run of the house for a couple hours and he loves it he binks (SP). But when he's running around he also poops and pee's where he;s running..l What should I do I am nervous about puting him into the cage at night when we go to bed to retrain him I feel its cruel because the cage is small. Do you have any suggestions??? Thank You so much P.S. He is very spoiled I donnot think he knows he's a bunny I think he think he's one of us LOL!!!!

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  • Erin - 2012-10-19
    Hi Marie, I'm not Charlie, but I have an English Lop (Max) that does the same thing. He gets to stay in his cage when I get tiered of picking up Easter Eggs and wiping up the floor. He doesn't seem to mind, he also has a smaller cage. Have you tried to put several litter boxes out just to see if he will use it. I would even lay out papers because you can roll them up and put it in the trash. I have thought about having Max fixed but didn't know if it would help. I think it could because it looks like he is kind of marking when he does this.
  • Marie - 2012-10-19
    Thank you so much Erin!
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