Lots of Lops Rabbitry is located in the Bay Area of California. I actively breed and show my Holland Lops and Dwarf Papillons, which are bred in accordance with the ARBA Standard of Perfection. I strive for a quality animal with type, strong genetics, and a good temperament. I am an ARBA licensed rabbit registrar, and my rabbits have won several Best in Shows and Reserve in Shows, in addition to multiple local and national rankings in the HLRSC.
The Hallmark Breed
There's a reason why the Holland Lop is one of the most popular breeds in America. Their characteristic lop ears are just the tip of the iceberg. Holland Lops are known for their round faces, wide range of colors and patterns, small size of 2-4 lbs, and their wonderful, friendly temperaments.
quality Hollands with type and Color
Not only do we strive to meet the ARBA Standard of Perfection with our Holland Lops, but we also dedicated our rabbitry to breeding and promoting colored Holland Lops. We strive to improve the quality of otter Holland Lops, and create a line of otters that is every bit as competitive on the show tables as the torts.
The Dwarf Papillon is a foreign breed originating from France, Switzerland, and Germany. They were imported to the US in recent years and are in the process of becoming an ARBA recognized breed. As of now they are an extremely rare breed in this country, but are starting to rise in popularity due to their small size, striking markings, and energetic, friendly personalities!
Breeding for a reason
We breed for the purpose of producing quality show rabbits for ourselves and others, and improving the conformation, health, and temperament of the breed, in otters in addition to torts. Breedings are considered with specific goals in mind, and are often planned months in advance. Furthermore, we only breed rabbits with excellent temperaments, making them easy to handle on the show tables, or, if they don't make our show team, wonderful loving pets.