We cheerfully acknowledge that our website is a work in progress and that you may have questions that are not yet answered here. You are always invited to contact us below with your questions, but we also recommend the following websites and books for additional information. A great bunny owner is a well-informed bunny owner. :)
www.amazon.com As always, Amazon carries many basic supplies at good prices. Our favorite pet bunny cage is the Living World Deluxe Pet Habitat, in the X-Large size. www.chewy.com Another great option for purchasing bunny care supplies.
www.farmerdavepetsupply.com The best hay available, chew toys made from apple wood, and more. We feed all of our bunnies the 2nd cut Timothy Hay and they love it
www.sherwoodpethealth.com The best pelleted soy-free rabbit food available. Our pregnant does and kits are fed the Baby Rabbit Food. All others are fed the Adult Rabbit food when they reach 12 weeks of age.
www.arba.net The American Rabbit Breeder's Association website. Great for those looking to venture into the world of rabbit showing and breeding.
www.hlrsc.com Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club website. A breed specific site that follows ARBA standards for breeding and showing Holland lops. Books:
The Rabbit-Raising Problem Solver: Your Questions Answered About Feeding, Behavior, Health Care, Breeding, and Kindling by Karen Patry
We found this title to be a very good over-all rabbit care book. We refer to it so often that we have two copies. Available on Amazon.com. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Beyond the Pellet: Feeding Rabbits Naturally By Boyd Craven Jr. & Rick Worden
This is an interesting little book about turning your lawn into a bunny buffet. Nice ideas. Available on Amazon.com
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Holland Lop Rabbits: A Complete Owner's Guide to Holland Lop Bunnies by Ann L. Fletcher
This title is a decent breed-specific book on Holland lops, but a bit light on practical details. We would often have to refer to another book for more specific information. Available on Amazon.
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Hot Cross Buns Holland Lops is a small-scale, family-run breeder located in Oberlin, Ohio. ARBA (#D6175) & HLRSC members.