History of Holland Lop Rabbit
The Holland Lop is a breed of rabbit originating in the Netherlands. The breed was recognized by the Netherlands’ Governing Rabbit Council in 1964 and the American Rabbit Breeders’ Association in 1979. They are popular house pets, and are very popular and competitive for show. They are also known for their sweet temperament and nonaggressive behavior, though they retain a certain doglike tenacity.

Appearance of Holland Lop Rabbit
The Holland Lop is a small compact breed. Holland Lops have a stocky build, with a short, thick-set body, rounded haunches and short, strong legs. The head is broad with a strongly curved profile, and broad, thick tear drop shaped ears that hang down beside the head. The Holland Lops have a dense coat of soft, medium length hair.

Size of Holland Lop Rabbits
The senior bucks must be 6 months or older and average weight around 1.81 kg or 4 pounds. The junior bucks are to be under 6 months of age and with a minimum weight 0.91 kg or 2 pounds.

Colours Of The Holland Lop Rabbit
They available in a variety of colours including Broken, Tort, Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac, Sable Point, Otter, Fawn, Orange, Sable Siamese, Smoke Pearl Siamese, etc

Lifespan Of The Holland Lop Rabbit
The average lifespan of the Holland Lop Rabbit is 7-10 years.