A little something about Fuzzy Holland Lops

I know many are surprised to see a Fuzzy Holland Lop produced at Tru-Luv Rabbitry. As this is totally expected and not uncommon, I am sure some were taken aback and perhaps started doubting the purity of my Holland Lops. I believe Laurie Stroupe of The Nature Trail has written a very good article about the Fuzzy gene in Holland Lops – http://www.thenaturetrail.com/Holland-Lop-Fuzzy-Fur.htm.

Fuzztort the fuzzy HL!

Fluffy!

I really do hope that Fuzztort will be able to help someone here in Malaysia who is or interested in working with the American Fuzzy Lop (AFL) breed. As mentioned in Laurie’s article, though a Fuzzy Holland Lop can be shown as AFL, it should not be taken as a real AFL until a rabbit has 3 generations of AFL in its pedigree.

Fuzztort comes with a “Holland Lop” pedigree but is marked as a FUZZY HOLLAND LOP.

If you are interested in a Fuzzy Holland Lop as a pet or you think that Fuzztort can help you with your AFL development, please feel free to get in touch with me via email (truluvrabbitry@gmail.com).

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One response to “A little something about Fuzzy Holland Lops

  1. wat a fuzz ball..hope it goes to a good home =) love fluffy rabbits

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