When you think of a rabbit what comes to mind? Smell, barn, fur everywhere???? pee, poop???? Think again!!!! Holland Lop rabbits are very neat and clean already and with my potty training program you can keep them indoors. Of course potty training is a process that starts here at my rabbitry but you will have to follow my instructions and continue to train your baby after you take them home, but I guarantee you that if you do so ,as your baby Holland grows it will be better and better. There are many more ways to keep a rabbit than inside a wire cage. I have a Hutch for each one of mine that is 48" long and 26.5" wide which gives then plenty of room to stretch and relax. I also have hard wood floors for all my rabbits because I hate the idea of their foot sitting on a wire cage, but you can house your rabbit however you choose. When I choose the design I use, I wanted them to be happy, clean and to actually enjoy their space. My housing style is very unusual to a breeder because it reduces the amount of Holland Lop rabbits that I can have, however my bunnies are very happy. When planning your bunny house, the number one concern should be space. Unless you are going to keep them free, just be sure to provide your bunny with as much room as possible. Ventilation is also very important so be sure to have some wire on the sides so the air can pass thru. Make sure if you are keeping a bunny outside ( for playtime) that you will provide shade at all times as they are very sensitive to heat. Below are some examples of how my clients have created a special place for their bunnies. Please feel free to contact me for more info and Thank you for visiting my site. Gio
this is how I house my Holland Lops
This is how Tina Grover houses her little Princess Krissy!!!! Tina and Lance just built this adorable Hutch for Krissy,Great way to entertain the whole family
Krissy inside her spacious Hutch
This is Tilly's one area.....Photo courtesy of Bailey Roberts
This is Panda and he loves his cage.
For limited space you can have a cage and let the baby roam free when you are home.
Photo courtesy of Heather Searle
Lucky is pretty much free in the house when Heather is home...