Holland Lop Bunny Cost

How Much do Holland Lop Bunnies Cost?

Last Updated on March 22, 2023
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Holland Lop bunnies are pretty much different from what you’d consider an ordinary rabbit. Experts and past owners all agree that they have the best temperament of all types of rabbits, coupled with an amazing, sweet personality. They are so lovable and personable, that they will really like it when you rub their bellies, acting just like your pet dog or cat.

How much do Holland Lop bunnies cost?

The cost of a Holland Lop Bunny will likely range between $50 and $150, according to the ads we were able to find during our research. This price will, of course, depend on factors such as the breeder you’re purchasing it from, its gender, colors, age, pedigree, and overall quality. You might even be able to find a top show Holland Lop for as much as $300, or even more.

You can find roughly 754 active classified ads on Hoobly as we’re writing this article, with prices between $60 and $120.

What should be included in the adoption fee?

When getting a Holland Lop bunny from a reputable breeder, you should also get a temporary cage, a health guarantee, medical records, and up-to-date vaccinations. There are also some that might include toys and food samples in the start-up package you’ll get.

Additional Costs to consider

Holland Lop Bunny

If this will be the first Holland Lop bunny you have ever owned, then you should consider some initial costs like those related to toys, cleaning supplies, grooming supplies, food and water dishes, bedding, and a cage.

You should look for a cage that is at least 24×24 inches in size, while for the bedding, you should use straw for the bottom of the cage. The cage should also be long enough so that the rabbit can stretch and move, and it should be made of plastic wire.

You should also consider food, vet visits, bedding, and hay as recurring costs. A healthy rabbit should still cost you about $30 per month. When it comes to what your bunny will eat, a diet of timothy and pellets should be enough for feeding.

According to experts from PetGuide, you should go for about 70% good-quality hay, while the rest of the diet should be a combination of fruits, leafy greens, pellets, and vegetables.

Green vegetables can also be added to the rabbit’s diet. However, these shouldn’t be offered too frequently and should only be given as treats, to prevent the pet from getting diarrhea. You should also try to avoid overfeeding your bunny. This could open the path to a lot of very serious health issues. To find out exactly how often and in what amounts should the rabbit eat on a daily basis, make sure you talk to your vet.

If you will buy the rabbit from another location and will need to have it shipped to you, the airfare will usually cost between $200 and $400, depending on how much the pet will have to travel.

It is highly recommended that you spay or neuter your bunny at a young age, especially if you keep it with other specimens. If this isn’t included in the adoption cost, you should consider paying for it yourself and getting this done at your local vet.

Tips about the breed

A healthy Holland Hop bunny will have a life expectancy between 8 and 12 years.

The average Holland Lop will be rather small, as they stop growing at about 4 pounds. They will, however, look a lot bigger, and this is due to their bone structure. They are very popular for their big, floppy ears, drooping down on their cheeks.

Holland Lops will be available in a range of colors; nevertheless, the most typical colors you will see can be fawn, white, black and white, fawn and white, or tortoise.

Its coat is medium in size and thickness and will need brushing two times a week to reduce its shedding.

What should you ask the breeder:

  • Do you provide any sort of health guarantee?
  • What is going to be included in the sale package?
  • What is the history of the parents and grandparents?
  • Do you also provide an included cage?
  • What is its health history?

How can I save some money?

Look around. The internet is a great place to look for different breeders from all around the world. Considering that these kinds of bunnies are fairly common and easy to find, it won’t be difficult to get one from a breeder around you. Finding one close by will aid you to save money on shipment charges.

Bunnies can usually be found at regional rescue groups or at the Humane Society. Think about taking a look at a location like this to see if you can offer a bunny home and a family.

Take a look at Craigslist listings as you might find an owner who is looking to give their bunny away, together with the materials used to take care of it. This is an excellent way to get a rabbit with all the needed starter products.

Alec Pow
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