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My Holland lops
My breeding program consists of only 24 hutches. I wanted to have fewer rabbits then most breeders, because I didn't wanted to get carried away. I believe that by keeping fewer rabbits I'm able to pay attention to their needs on a daily basis which consists of cleaning their hutches, keeping water fresh, providing high quality food and hay and gives me time and opportunity to hold each one of them DAILY.
When our babies arrive I'm always with them, Luise and I love to bring them in for few hours, make sure they are clean and hang out with them. I wouldn't be able to do that if I had a large rabbitry. Each baby born in my rabbitry is very special as we do not breed heavily and we want them to have forever homes if they are going to be sold.
Having a waiting list helps me plan my breeding's and also protects my Holland lops from impulsive buyers. I believe that someone who has to wait to buy one of my rabbits is more prepared and have had a chance to research prior to purchasing. I also want to make sure that my future buyers have a vet and are prepared to spay or neuter.
I'm very happy with my breeding program and how it works, we do not sell dozen of rabbits per month.
All our rabbits are dewormed and weaned naturally at the right time. I do not wean my babies prematurely, but let them have all the time they need with their mommy.
We are selective of our buyers. We do not charge for instructions or care guide.
Instead I strive to prepare and guide my clients, so they can be successful as a bunny owners for the next 10 years.
We hope to form forever friendship with each and every customer of ours and to stay in touch with them.
I do offer grooming and boarding services to my clients.
I'm USDA approved and licensed and we do ship Nationwide.
Welcome to my Blog. I hope to inspire you to develop a wonderful relationship with your rabbits. I will share my thoughts and daily updates here. I hope you enjoy! Gio