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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    My new baby boy, Charlie is the first rabbit I have owned, and I have loved every second of it! Rabbits make wonderful friends! All it takes is a little patience and love! I love my baby boy Charlie!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    These rabbits are very friendly people rabbits, and are easily toilet trained.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I read the article on rabbits and other animals. While it is true that dogs and cats can possess a danger to rabbits, they can also be best friends, if introduced properly, and supervised. Our cat took a few weeks until he could be trusted with this new brother, Peanut the Holland Lop. When I couldn’t find either of them, all I had to do was look in my sons room. They would be piled upon his bed ,or under his bed. When our beloved little Peanut passed away last year, our cat mourned for him. There are many articles on the web about introducing rabbits to cats, so don’t rule out those special animal friendships. They take some work, but Hollands are a wonderful, sweet, and friendly breed. They are very loyal, and a good listeners. I enjoyed many early morning cups of coffee, with a cat curled up at my feet, and a bunny on my lap.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I love Holland Lops – they are gentle, loving, intelligent, adorable rabbits.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Holland lops are the most wonderful pets! I have 4 and 2 are pregnant. Their names are Bucky, Erica, frenchi, and Coco. Although some are shy and may scratch, but really sweet ones like Frenchi make it worth every bit! Flowerchild837@aol.com

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    The Holland Lop is a charming little rabbit. They are friendly curious and easy to train. I trained my Holland Lop buck Pete to come when called and to sit up on command. Hollands make great pets.

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  • Jul 18, 2008 at 12:00
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    Do you own a holland lop, or are you thinking of getting one? When you think about buying supplies for your bunny, keep in mind their general face and head structure. They do need a wider feed crock to avoid irritating their eyes and nose, and to actually be able to fit their face in to eat. Please litter train your holland lop or provide him with bedding such as carefresh or similar. They have such a bold eye and a cute, short nose that shavings, even aspen, can irritate their membranes and cause watery eyes and sneazing. For the wellbeing of your pet, consider what your specific breed may require to maintain health and be comfortable in your home.
    ~Diane Gonzalez from IL

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  • Mar 19, 2009 at 12:00
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    I just adopted the cutest black baby holland lop, Oreo. She is the sweetest thing. She will fall asleep in your arms like a baby. Anyone looking for a rabbit breed this is a perfect breed. They are great with kids.

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  • Sep 6, 2010 at 12:00
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    We got our first Holland Lop from a breeder a month ago. He is 2.5 yrs old, a broken torte. (LINEBREAK)He is the best pet I have ever had! The longer we know him the more his sweet, loving and curious personality begins to show. As he becomes more comfortable with us he eats new things, began to lick us when we pet him and nudge us for attention. We are even getting him to use the litter box for urinating (heard poo isnt trained as easily). I am a kinderten teacher and it was a dream of mine to have the perfect home/classroom pet. I never leave him at school over night, he has a great cage/setup at both places. It’s amazing to bring him back and forth and get to spend so much time with him. He doesnt seem to mind the travel.(LINEBREAK)The kids are learning so much from him. Mr.Bun Bun’s a big hit and all the teachers and my friends love him too! : )(LINEBREAK)

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