Floppy Eared Bunny for Sale?

Holland LopsHolland lops are the smallest of the lop breed. There is a common misconception between hollands and mini lops. Mini lops are twice the size of holland lops. A holland will weigh between 2-4lbs full grown. Brood does can weigh in the 5lb range in which case half the babies in that litter can genetically weigh more than the average sized holland lop. We do not guarantee weight on any baby from us. Please check below to see which of our does are brood does (on the heavier side).

Pedigree Status Peaches babies will be missing one set of G.G. Bonnie is our chocolate vienna marked doe!

She is also easy to handle and loves head rubs! Pedigree Status Bonnie’s babies will be missing one set of G.G. Penelope Mae is our blue otter vienna marked doe! Poppy is our lilac based cream vienna marked doe.

She makes stunning babies and I love how sweet and social she is. Pedigree Status Poppy’s babies will just be missing the names of one set of G.G dam and G.G sire. Lulu is our cream vienna marked doe.

Binx is our blue eyed white buck. She has the softest velvet coat of all our mini plushes. She has am amazing head and perfect sized ears.

Her personality is funny and she is extremely smart and adventurous! Molly Mae is our broken magpie doe.

How much does a floppy eared bunny cost?

Lops can be purchased from private breeders, pet stores, county fairs, and 4-H clubs, or adopted from a rabbit rescue organization. Pet store, county fair, and 4-H rabbits are typically inexpensive, averaging about $20. Private breeders charge about $40, but show-quality rabbits may sell for much more.

How long do floppy eared rabbits live?

Lop eared rabbit life expectancy tends to be between 8-12 years.

Are floppy eared bunnies rare?

Though the majority of rabbit breeds have erect ears, lop-eared breeds make up approximately 15% of all the breeds currently recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) or the British Rabbit Council (BRC).

Do Holland Lops like to be held?

Most rabbits don’t enjoy being held, and petting is usually only permitted by people the rabbit trusts. It’s also true that some rabbits might not ever allow petting because they’re not comfortable with it. “Like most rabbits, they generally do not feel safe when being held unless they are held correctly,” Murphy says.

The Dwarf Lop is a very popular pet and exhibition rabbit. Produced from the French Lop, the Dwarf lop first appeared in Holland in the 1950s and is known as the Holland Lop in America. The breed was recognised by the British Rabbit Council in 1976. Dwarf lops have a cobby well-muscled appearance and weigh 2.04kg (4lb 8oz). They have broad lop ears that are carried close to the head to give a horseshoe like appearance. Their coat is dense and quite long.

White, Black, Blue, Brown, Agouti Pattern (Agouti, Chinchilla, Opal), Shaded (Siamese Sable, Light, Dark, Siamese Smoke, Sealpoint, Sooty Fawn), Tan Pattern (Black Fox, Blue Fox, Chocolate Fox, Lilac Fox, Sable Marten Dark, Marten Medium and Light), Fawn, Orange, Steel, Butterfly. Please note: All chickens listed here are for collection only.

The seller will send you their contact details to arrange payment and collection. Sorry, there are currently no Dwarf Lop listed for Sale

Before you get a Mini Lop, make sure you do your research and go to a good breeder or reliable rescue. You may also consider searching for rabbit rescues in your area before buying from a breeder.

Try to avoid buying Mini Lop from a pet store. However, if you are planning to breed it or show it, a show-quality Mini Lops can sell from anywhere between $100 to $400 , depending on the pedigree and quality.

Anyway, youll want to make sure you get a well-raised rabbit to avoid ending up with one thats potentially aggressive. As a bit of advice, before buying a Mini Lop from a breeder, ask to look at the pedigrees of the mother and father before you purchase the bunny. However, keep away from breeding siblings or even half-siblings as the possibility of genetic problems is greatly improved with this close of DNA.

Although these little snowflakes are a tempting thing for young children, it is important to understand that rabbits require responsibilities for many years.

History

The Dwarf Lop is a very popular pet and exhibition rabbit. Produced from the French Lop, the Dwarf lop first appeared in Holland in the 1950s and is known as the Holland Lop in America. The breed was recognised by the British Rabbit Council in 1976. Dwarf lops have a cobby well-muscled appearance and weigh 2.04kg (4lb 8oz). They have broad lop ears that are carried close to the head to give a horseshoe like appearance. Their coat is dense and quite long.

Behaviour

As with any rabbit the Dwarf lop can make a good pet if it is handled well, offered companionship and provided with sufficient space to have regular exercise.

Varieties

White, Black, Blue, Brown, Agouti Pattern (Agouti, Chinchilla, Opal), Shaded (Siamese Sable, Light, Dark, Siamese Smoke, Sealpoint, Sooty Fawn), Tan Pattern (Black Fox, Blue Fox, Chocolate Fox, Lilac Fox, Sable Marten Dark, Marten Medium and Light), Fawn, Orange, Steel, Butterfly.

Question – Savannah,

Where can I find a baby dwarf lop for sale?

Great Pets!! – Olivia,

I have two Lops they are adorable, they are so well behaved and there names are caramel chou chou and muffin. They love to be held and petted.

Best Rabbits You Could Have! – Eddy,

They are by far the best rabbits you could ever hope for. Amazing creatures.

very nice friendly – Luke,

I love them, they are so friendly, even though sadly I dont get them out very often. But they are still very friendly and have never bitten me once !

Mini Lop Bunnies Price

We encourage you to get your rabbit from a reputable shelter or reputable breeder, as you will have a better idea of the temperament and any health problems that may arise.This way you know it is going to be in the prime of health when it arrives!In the lists below you will surely find Mini Lop bunnies for sale near you, just scroll down thru the lists to find your state:Try to