Registered Mini Lop Breeder

  Registered Breeders Of Mini Lop and Netherland Dwarf Rabbits

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My name is Julie and along with my daughter Shanay  breed Mini Lop and Netherland Dwarf Rabbits.We are Members with The Rabbit Breeders Association of NSW and Canberra Rabbit Club where we reguarly exhibit our bunnies
We have been breeding and showing for over 5 years  
We are located in the beautiful area of Mount Kembla in Wollongong NSW.

Our Rabbits are kept Indoors and get placed in an outside exercise pen for approximately 1 Hour a day to stretch their legs and have a nice play in the Sun.They are reguarly handled and get lots of cuddles.
I have a Certificate II in Animal Studies
If you would like to be put on a waiting list for a particular mating please feel free to contact us and we will let you know when the litter is expected and keep you updated
We highly recommend if you are new to rabbit ownership you take a look at Faye Nagyivan from Waverly Wabbits On Line Book about everything to do with bunnies.Faye has over 17 years experience with rabbits.Her book can be found with the below link.Thankyou Faye for allowing us to link your book on our website

About Mini Lops
Miniature Lops are the most popular breed of rabbits in Australia. Although their ears are floppy and hang to the ground this doesn't impair their hearing at all. In fact, Mini Lops can often be seen pirouetting, scanning the view to see what is making that very interesting noise. Miniature Lop Rabbits are very laid back, making them an ideal children’s pet. They love attention and are always excited to get their heads scratched. They love attention and will lie on your lap happily accepting pats for hours. Like all rabbits they are curious and can get up to some real antics when left to their own devices.

Miniature Lop rabbits are a small breed of rabbit, and have an ideal weight of 1.5-1.6Kgs. Ideally their body should be short, broad and well muscled. Mini Lops come in a wide variety of different colours