There are many types of Holland Lop out there, and just because someone believes with all their heart that something is nice doesn't mean that it is.
Here is what ARBA Describe as a Holland Lop:
Body: Massive ,short, thick set. The animal is to be well muscled.
Head: Massive in appearance. Muzzle is well filled, not pointy.
Ears: Should hang close to the cheeks,thick,wide, well-rounded on the tips.
crown: The crown determines ear control, Placement and size of ear opening.
Bone, feet and Legs: Legs are to be short, thick, straight and heavily boned.
Fur: To be glossy, uniform in length, dense and fine.
Please refer to Standard of Perfection, available at www.ARBA.net when trying to evaluate what type of bunny I have for sale. We will always ;the best of our ability, describe what we believe to be true on the case of each individual bunny, but we assume no responsibility of how any animal will look like in 6 months as we have no way to tell how time will change your animal. There are many factors involved on how a rabbit will look as full grown: feed, exercise and genetics. If you want to buy a Show rabbit we recommend you to buy a full grown and full developed animal so you know exactly what you are getting.
There are three types of Holland Lops offered for sale in my Rabbitry:
Pet: Cute and fuzzy loving animals that aren't going to be bred or showed. No pedigree will be provided.
Brood: Not quite make to show table and could be bred, we will give pedigree with purchase.
Show Quality: No disqualification for show tables, Good type as a baby and pedigreed.
We do keep our best and will not sell Potential show winners.
We do not guarantee winning or fertility.
If you have questions please contact me.
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