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Holland Lop Babies, New Litter! Bunny Rabbits Dwarf Bunnies Breeder (Wall)

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We have a new litter of Holland Lops for January. We will also have a litter of Lionlops for January. We are taking early deposits for Easter which is on March 31, 2024.

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♡ Purebred Holland Lops ♡ Miniature Lion Lops ♡ Mini Lops

True indoor rabbitry registered with the NJ Rabbit Breeders Association. Confirmation of registered rabbitry can be verified at arba.net. We are a featured rabbitry on raising.rabbits.com
Please Click Here For Our Website for Available Bunnies: www.bellesbunnyboutique.com

We carefully breed for health, type and friendly personality. Our breeding stock has been carefully selected from top breeders; we have invested in the best to avoid issues that come with poor genetics. Our baby kits begin to be held at 4 days of age and begin their litter training at 2 weeks. Our rabbitry is completely indoors and once they begin being held they are handled and loved every day. An indoor rabbitry is so important to families who plan to bring their new baby bunny indoors to their home.

Pricing
Price of each bunny is available on our website www.bellesbunnyboutique.com . Bunnies can be held with a $100 deposit through venmo, paypal, cashapp, or zelle. Full cage set ups available for sale upon request, see website for details.

Holland Lop General Information
The Holland Lop is a dwarf rabbit, which means that it should weigh about 3-4 lbs. once fully grown. While their stocky body and fluffy round head would have been more than enough to make these bunnies cute, it’s their floppy ears that make this breed district and endlessly lovable. Without a doubt, the Holland Lop’s most famous feature is their large fur-covered ears which fall on either side of their heads. The ears are well-furred and thick and they are in the shape of a teaspoon (rounded tips and wider at the bottom). The slack ears that frame their adorable faces only add to the appeal these bunnies have for prospective owners. A Holland Lops ears drop at 4-12 weeks, so in many of our pictures the ears won’t have dropped yet. These rabbits were bred to be as adorable as possible, so you can expect them to worm their way into your heart at first site.The Holland Lop is one of the most popular rabbit breeds, both in the United States and around the world. And it’s not merely their lovely appearance that charms people! Easy-going, sweet, and friendly, the Holland Lop will win you over with its wonderful personality. These bunnies will love you right back and bring joy to any home. That’s certainly not true of any breed of rabbit and it is what has kept this particular breed so beloved for generations.

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