L&H Holland Lops


We no longer breed Netherland dwarfs.

 

UPDATED 09/02/2015

For the safety of our rabbits and our family, we are now a closed Rabbitry. Buyers are no longer permitted in our rabbit house. Thank you for under standing.

 

L&H Rabbitry specializes in Holland Lops

Please only email us if you're interested in 

purchasing a rabbit we have for sale; or, 

questions reguarding a rabbit we have 

previously sold to you. Interest in 

future sales is always welcome. 

Please do your research prior to thinking 

of purchasing, and read over the 

information on our website.

ALSO please do not email us asking to take in any rabbits, we are not interested. Thank you! 

L&H RABBITRY WILL NO LONGER BE

 ACCEPTING CHECKS AS PAYMENT DUE

TO RECIEVING BAD CHECKS. 

We only accept CASH but we will accept 

Paypal for deposits if unable to make one 

in person.


 Note: L&H Rabbitry will always have the pick of our litters. Once we decide what we do not want, we will put up for sale. We have the right to refuse any sale for any reason. We want what is  best for our bunnies and we only sell to loving caring homes. In order to hold a rabbit you MUST put down a non refundable deposit to ensure your serious. The deposit is more when the rabbit is nicer quality. If a rabbit doesn't have a deposit its up for grabs. When you come pick up your bunny when it's ready then you pay the rest of how much it cost. Our bunnies range in price from pet quality usually $30-$50. Broods and Show stock can vary. Usually my broods are between $50-$75 but can also be more. Show quality varies also from $65 and up. I cannot guarantee wins or how your rabbit will place, but will try and judge them to the best of my ability. I price my rabbits very fair, and will not sell anything as show quality that I personally wouldn't show myself. I put a lot of my time in raising my rabbits, so they also are wonderful pets.  Pet quality animals do not come with pedigrees.

WE HAVE A 48 HOUR POLICY IF SOMETHING HAPPENS TO YOUR RABBIT WITHIN THE 48 HOURS I WILL REPLACE THE RABBIT. AFTER THAT IS OUT OF MY HANDS. IF YOU DECIDE THINGS AREN'T WORKING OUT I WILL TAKE THE RABBIT BACK BUT NO REFUND. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT THIS, THEY CAN LIVE UP TO 10 YEARS. 

 What to feed your rabbit;

Our rabbits eat Manna pro (pro series). You can get it at tractor supply. We recommend no greens until after 6 months old. After that give them sparingly. Cut up apples are okay once in awhile, also old fasion oats. Make sure your rabbits have pellets and timothy hay AT ALL TIMES. After they are 3-4 months old, you measure their pellet intake. Holland Lops are 1/2 cup a day. It is better for them to eat more hay than pellets due to the pellets having fat in them. Which can cause them to gain too much weight. Do not feed your rabbit alfalfa, it is too much protein. Timothy hay is recommended and a very important part of their diet. Our adult rabbits also love yogurt treats, once in awhile.

Other Information;

I will NOT sell a rabbit to someone who plans on housing rabbits together. Rabbits need their own space, and are territorial. Never pick up a rabbit by its ears. Make sure you keep your rabbit in a nice airconditioned area (or have a fan for them) they don't handle the heat well and can get a heat stroke. So if you keep them outside make sure they are in the shade and put a cold water bottle in the cage, probably a frozed one. Don't be alarmed if your rabbit suddenly flops on its side, it means hes relaxed or tired. Make sure when buying their teeth are good. There is a disorder called Rabbit Malocclusion. This is very painful for them and can stop a rabbit from eating. Its important to check their teeth before buying! Having hay in their cage at all times can help, or wood blocks. They should always have someting to chew on. It can mostly be hereditary. If you notice your rabbit having severe diarrhea, sniffles, or not eating or drinking TAKE THEM TO AN EXOTIC VET ASAP. Holland Lops are a very sensitive breed and can go down hill very fast. Make sure you regularly check your rabbits bottom and keep it clean. Some rabbits clean themselves better than others and their poop can get stuck to them. This will also help prevent urinary tract infections and a costly trip to the vet to save your rabbit. If you notice your rabbits private area is a little sore rinse them with warm water, dry them with a towel and put some neosporn on the area. Rabbits who don't clean themselves as well I try and keep their private area shaved. Cleanliness is very important it can prevent your bunny from getting very sick!

NOTE- We check our teeth of every rabbit before we purchase them to make sure they don't carry that gene to their offspring.

About Us

My name is Heather and I am a small rabbitry in Parma,Ohio which is a suburb of Cleveland. We focus on Chocolates, Torts, and broken Holland Lops. My rabbits live in a little house in the backyard we had built. They're very spoiled. We love rabbits and we give ours a lot of attention, which is why they are very tame. All of our rabbits are pedigreed. L&H Rabbitry strive to breed quality Holland Lops. We will not ship a rabbit for any reason so do not ask. E-mail us at lhrabbitry@aol.com for any questions or inquiries.

 

 

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