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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Savanna - 2005-08-06
I just got a holland lop and i suggest it to any one who is looking for their first rabbit. A friend told me that a male has a better temperment than females. She also told me that she has one(full grown male) and hers follows her around like a puppy. But if you get one you have to pay attention to it and handle it every day otherwise it will turn wild just like a kitten can. She also told me they have a higher body tempature so putting a frozen water bottle in the cage for them to lay next to can help in the summer. Also put down a small piece of wood in the cage to let them sleep on, it will help give there feet a rest from the wire holes in the cage floor too.

Kevin - 2005-08-04
i got a holland lop and i love it more than any thing, it is so cute! his name is toffee, and he has huge ears for a holland lop. he loves attention and his toy. kevin

Mia - 2005-07-30
I am getting a holland lop and I am so excited! They are the best!

Hollandlop lover: Emily Krise - 2005-07-29
I have a Hollandlop rabbit named Princess. HOLLAND LOPS ARE THE BEST PET YOU COULD HAVE! I would highly recommend a holland lop rabbit to anyone who wants the best pet to snuggle and cuddle with. They are very easy to care for and its not a drag to get them out atleast once a day. They are not a very big rabbit. That is one reason why they are recommended for all ages. Another reason is that they have an excellent temperment. GO HOLLAND LOPS!

Emily Krise - 2005-07-27
I am 12 and I have been looking for a good kind of rabbit. I heard that polish and Netherland dwarfs are not good for rowdy people. My dad and younger sister went out and got me the cuteet Holland Lop from the Lycoming County fair. Her name is Princess. She is the sweetest pet you would ever want! I would definantly recommend getting a pet from the fair because if you have commotion, they won't get afraid. If you are looking for an ideal pet, you have got to get a Holland Lop.

crystal - 2005-07-26
wow your site is great! i love my pet so much i wanted more info, and i got all my info from your site. thank you so much!

Amelia - 2005-07-25
I have a Holland Lop who is about 6 1/2 monthes old and her name is Lola. When I got her she was a brown color and now she is a golden caramel color. We have been pampering her and spoiling her soo much. She now has a four story cage! We even let her run on our deck. Sometimes we will take her on her leash but that usually doesn't work well. She tries to escape but i always catch her. Lola loves to snuggle on our laps. The only thing is she is still a baby so she doesn't like to flop her ears much. She is soo curious.

Faithb Redden - 2005-07-25
I have been showing hollands for eight years. One of which I am particularly proud of, Millionsworth my four year old blue-tortoiseshell buck, has won Best of Breed for four years thus far, and Best in Show for the past two years. One might think that a show rabbit would become hostile after being "used" so much, but that is not the case. I have found Hollands to be very forgiving and sweet.

Becky - 2005-07-24
I currently own a Tort Holland lop. She is the sweetest little girl and definitely has a personality! Unfortunately, she is not what exactly what Holland lops should look like, so i cant show her in Confirmation class when i go to rabbit shows. I am a member of the Blooming Livestock and Rabbits 4H club in Washington county! In a few days, i am off to show at the washington county fair! This will be my 2nd fair and im studying hard!! I would have to say Peaches (my holland lop) isnt exactly thrilled at the thought of being in a cage constantly for a few days, but she gets over it eventually.
Personally, I prefer the temperment of Holland Lops over my other Dutch rabbit's temperment, even though he's a sweet boy too. Peaches is more of a character, and DEFINATELY CLEANER!!!!

Kristin - 2005-07-17

I am in 4-H and show rabbits. My very first year I showed my 2 Holland Lops. Since they are very passive it made the rabbit show less stressful for me. I would highly recommend a Holand to a first time rabbit owner. I recommend getting them around 2-3 months old. They are very sweet babies and it's fun to watch them mature into grown rabbits. You'll have a strong bond between you and your Holand. They make very good pets.