The history of Holland Lops began with Dutch breeder Adrian de Kock from Tilburg, Netherlands. Holland Lops were acknowledged by the American Rabbit Breed Association (ARBA) in 1979 and made known to the public in 1980.
Similar to most rabbits, Holland Lops' fur is very diverse with a wide variety of colors and combinations. The ears are one of Holland Lops' most distinct features.
The Holland Lop is the smallest of the lop rabbit breeds. These cute and cuddly rabbits are a very popular breed thanks to their sweet nature and gentle temperament. They are a favorite breed to have as a pet as they are very good with children, too. Holland Lops are ideal pets for families with older children.