TYPES OF RABBITS
The ideal owner for any rabbit is one that has the time and attention to devote to playtime and care. All rabbits are social creatures that crave interaction from their owners and other rabbit companions.
Food and water dishes with appropriate food
Litter Box cleaned regularly.
A rabbit-proofed area for play, such as a small room or exercise pen.
About the Mini Lop
Mini Lops can easily be trained to show special behaviors and tricks with a clicker trainer. Mini Lops have been known to show their frustration when not rewarded with a treat or adequate amounts of playtime by stamping their hind feet.
Mini Lops have been referred to as a basketball with a head! Meaning that this breed has a more rounded body, thicker boned, with a wide head.
This breed is ideal for children nine years or older and requires lots of human interaction and attention. Because of their social nature, out-of-cage time is essential bonding time between rabbit and owner.
About the Holland Lop
Their fur is short, dense, and glossy, and they have a beautiful well-defined crown at the nape of their neck. Their small stature is matched with a broad head.
Much like the Mini Lop, they come in numerous colors such as chestnut, black, blue, lilac, ruby-eyed, cream, tricolored, and more.