Holland Lop Rabbit Breed Profile
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Varieties: Agouti: Each hair shaft over the body has three or more distinct colors. The belly, underside of the tail, inside of the ears and nostrils, and around the eyes are cream, orange, or white; Pointed White: White with color on the feet, legs, nose, ears, and tail. Pink eyes. Self: One solid color; Shaded: The body is one color and the ears, face, haunches, belly, feet, legs, and tail are a darker color. Ticked: Dark color with silver or gold tipped hairs spread throughout the coat; Wide Band: Markings like that of an agouti, but the hair shafts do not have three or more colors.
Weight: Males: 4 pounds maximum, Females: 4 pounds maximum
Physical Attributes: The body is very short and deep. The overall appearance is of a large rabbit in a small body, with quite a bit of massiveness. The head is short, thick, large, and very round. The ears are short and lopped
Personality: Holland Lops are generally fairly calm, though some, especially females, can be easily startled and shy.
Coat Type and Grooming: Holland Lops have a medium-length coat that sometimes requires a bit of extra grooming. Weekly to bi-weekly grooming with a slicker brush are fine, except during shedding season when bi-weekly to daily grooming may be required.