Mini Lop Rabbits
- Health Guaranteed
- 7 day cooling off period
- Lifetime Rehoming Commitment
*Please Make sure you have a safe, secure way to take your Small Animal home. We have plenty of Carriers for sale in store. Unfortunately boxes are no longer available for travel.
Available to go to their 'furrever' homes, we have a variety of Mini Lop Rabbits.
if you're intersted in specific breed of a puppy, please fill our the form below
Mini Lop Rabbit Family Suitability:
Mini Lops are suited to most families, they make excellent pets for children and first time pet-owners!
Mini Lop Rabbits can be very playful, have great temperaments, and are very entertaining to watch.
At Kellyville Pets we love our animal friends and are committed to matching owners with the right pet and providing customers with unsurpassed advice, service and selection of products. This is our way of ensuring our animals have the best possible start in their new home with you.
Mini Lop Information:
Size/Weight: 0.75 - 2.5 kg
Mini Lop Rabbit Temperament:
Most rabbits get along well with other pets, such as guinea pigs, if introduced properly. The Mini lops are no different. They were developed with the intention of creating a rabbit which was easy to handle and hardy enough to withstand cuddling from children.
All rabbits should have an area in which to exercise outside their hutch. The lop is not a very active rabbit and does not require a great deal of exercise but care must be taken that it is not overfed. Exercise will also assist rabbits to wear down their nails and to maintain body tone.
When handling a rabbit, never lift him/her by the ears. Instead, place one hand under its front legs and the other hand under the bottom and lift holding it firmly and supporting its body. If held firmly the rabbit should feel secure and not wriggle. Never allow children to grab the rabbit, run with it or rough it up, this will encourage fear and freight in your new Rabbit.
Mini Lop Rabbit Grooming:
Mini lops don’t need much grooming, just a brush through the coat once a week. As they grow, they will gradually lose their baby fur and acquire an adult coat. It may be necessary to groom them with a wire brush to remove patches of fur when they moult.