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    Boing
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    Hi loppielop1,

    Without a picture, I’m not sure what she’d be. Can you post one?


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    She is adorable! I would say that she’s definitely one of the small lop breeds – which is Holland or Mini, but you’re right, they are slightly different depending which country you’re in. How much does she weigh? Weight is the key difference. US Mini lops are bigger than US Holland lops, but a UK mini lop is the same as a US holland lop. The ‘ideal breed’ weight for an adult UK mini lop is around 1.5kg, whereas a US Mini lop is up to 3kg 

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    She looks quite like a Holland Lop but I think it’s quite difficult to tell when she’s still a baby. Anyway she’s so cuteee! Love those helicopter ears!


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    Honestly, I have no idea Perhaps a dwarf lop? Although I’ve just googled them and apparently they’re 2-2.5kg, so a little smaller! We have a whole load of different lop breeds in the UK, like English lops, French lops, German lops… It’s pretty confusing, but ultimately the breed doesn’t really matter

    She’s super cute though!


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    I live in Ireland so I also have to deal with the million different type of lop breeds ? don’t have a clue but just wanted to say she’s adorable


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    Posted By Sirius&Luna on 6/20/2018 4:33 AM

    Honestly, I have no idea Perhaps a dwarf lop? Although I’ve just googled them and apparently they’re 2-2.5kg, so a little smaller! We have a whole load of different lop breeds in the UK, like English lops, French lops, German lops… It’s pretty confusing, but ultimately the breed doesn’t really matter

    She’s super cute though!

    It’s actually not! English lops have extremely long ears – so long that they can stand and trip over them and get infected/injured a lot. French lops are a giant breed and the biggest lop that exists, they start at 5 kg! German lops are bigger than Netherland lops (1-2 kg) but smaller than French lops, so they’re between 2-5 kg. I have no idea what the European equivalent of mini lops are, haha. It’s also an incredibly confusing name, because it’s bigger than a Netherland lop? :’D Maybe they’re the US equivalent of German lops?

    Honestly if you have to ask what breed your bun is, it’s probably a mix.


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