Show Quality French Lops
Located one hour south of Columbus Ohio and 35mins southeast of Dayton Ohio
- French Lop Rabbit Pricing
- We now have a paid waiting list.
- Want to stay updated through email instead of Facebook?
- Want to be the first to know when rabbits become available?
- Available Rabbits
- Upcoming Litters
- How The Process Works
- Why French Lops Might Not Be Right For You
- Issues They Have
- Rabbitry “Office Hours”
French Lop Rabbit Pricing
All french lops come with a full pedigree and are showable unless otherwise stated.
Jr Bucks (male rabbits) under 12 weeks old priced at $150
Jr Does (female rabbit) under 12 weeks old priced at $150
We now have a paid waiting list.
To get on the list you simply pay your deposit ahead of time through Paypal or Venmo. After the deposit is paid I will send you a link to fill out a form to tell me what you are looking for in a rabbit. Sex, color, unrelated breeding pair extra…
The list is capped at 15 people.
Want to stay updated through email instead of Facebook?
Want email updates of when french lops become available? Drop your email in the form below. I will be listing any available rabbits here on the for sale page when they become available.
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The rabbits do not have a set name. I like to let the new owners name them so all you have to do is write the name of your rabbit in the designated spot on their pedigree.
The remaining french lop rabbits will be made available to the public AFTER everyone on the paid waiting list has made their choice. A date will be set soon after for them to be made available to the public.
Next litters will be bred in the spring of 2022.
To Be Bred Feb 11th 2022
Color: Solid Chestnut
Color: Broken Gold Tipped Steel
Sold – Color: Solid Chestnut
SOLD – Buck #2 – Color: Broken Chinchilla
SOLD – Buck #3 – Color: Broken Blue Chinchilla
SOLD – Doe – Color: Broken Blue Chinchilla
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How The Process Works
Steps To Place A Deposit
Why French Lops Might Not Be Right For You
French lops are very forgiving when it comes to learning how to handle them and not acting out if they don’t like what you are doing.
However, they are big and need to feel secure when you are holding them. So you do need to have a strong grip and be big enough to hold handle them. They do make good pets for younger children but it would be best if a parent was there to help move them around.
Also, on the whole, the breed tends to prefer to sit on the ground and be petted. They don’t love for you to be standing and holding them because of their size. It’s just not comfortable for them.
Wanting a rabbit for a pet?
I have heard of people having success with does after they are spayed but I do not have any experience with this.
In general, bucks make the best pets. If a doe does not have a litter about once a year. She can get a bit grumpy due to hormones.
Do you take rabbits to re-home?
It is my responsibility to care for the animals I own well. If you are looking to re-home a rabbit you got from us I will help connect you to someone who might be interested but I do not have the space to take back a rabbit.
Do you work with transportation?
I do work with an animal transport but they must come to my home to pick up the rabbit. As of the fall of 2020 airlines are not shipping animals so I can not ship french lop rabbits through airlines.
Do you sell Proven Rabbits?
Very, VERY rarely. If I have taken the time to grow a rabbit to a full year I intend to keep it.
Do you meet buyers?
Sorry no I do not meet buyers. You must pick up or arrange for transportation from my home.
Issues They Have
There is not much that I have to complain about with this breed except they do struggle with weepy eye. While a little is normal the breed can have it get pretty bad.
The eyelashes can rub on the eye and you might have to keep them trimmed and there are some cases where eyelids (mainly in bucks) can roll in towards the eye. Unfortunately, this does not tend to show up until they are about 10 months to a year old. There are some breeders that will keep a rabbit that had great body type but has really bad eye issues. Making it hard for those who want to cut that out of their herd.
That is the only issue that I would say is common in the breed.