Helpful tips

How do you handle a Holland Lop?

How do you handle a Holland Lop?

Exercise. Holland Lops need lots of exercise and activity. Make sure they have plenty of space in their home, with fun and interesting toys. If they live inside, consider using a rabbit run outdoors so they can play more freely for an hour or two a day.

Are Holland Lops good pets?

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.

At what age is a Holland Lop fully grown?

7 months
The Holland Lop Rabbit They are usually fully grown by the age of 7 months and do not weigh more than 3 to 4 pounds.

Are Holland Lops intelligent?

They are very social animals, so if you go away for a week or two you definitely need to get a caretaker, or you can just bring them with you. Holland Lops are very intelligent and are always finding new ways to escape.

What can Holland Lops not eat?

Do NOT feed a bunny less than 5 or 6 months of age rich treats such as fruits, carrots, or moderate amounts of vegetables. The smartest option is to abstain from feeding a young bunny anything but hay, quality rabbit pellets, and fresh water.

Do Holland lops need shots?

Although pet rabbits in the United States do not require any vaccinations, veterinarians in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe routinely inoculate for two fatal viruses common to the continent’s wild rabbits: Myxomatosis and Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD).

Do Holland Lops need shots?

Where can I buy a Holland Lop Bunny?

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How did the Holland Lop rabbit get its name?

This lop-eared rabbit was first recognized in 1979 by the American Breeders Association (ARBA). It has a compact body shape and tends to rest on their hind legs with less weight on their two front feet. Horsfield’s Holland Lop Rabbit is a unique solution to the problem of rabbits.

Are there any health issues with a Holland Lop?

A Holland Lop is not susceptible to any hereditary health issues, but taking proper care of your rabbit will make their life (and your veterinary bills) better in the long run. Make sure you regularly check their teeth for overgrown teeth, which can grow into their jaws and mouths and become extremely painful.

When to take your Holland Lop rabbit to the vet?

Take your rabbit to the vet. Most Holland Lop rabbits are healthy as long as a proper diet is fed to them. However, once a year she needs a veterinarian examination to make sure all is well. This examination will include a tooth check to make sure the teeth are wearing properly.