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Bun Haven is a closed rabbitry. For the safety of our rabbits and to ensure outside illnesses are not tracked in, we do not allow visitors. 


My adults have excellent health records and temperaments. The babies are healthy, dewormed, groomed, nails are timmed,  and checked over well before they leave here. Once a bunny leaves my hands, I am not responsible for any health issues as I am not there to protect them anymore, and I do not know what they have been exposed to.

They are around loud noises and handled by myself and kids so they can adapt to a variety of environments. Babies will not leave until they are at least eight weeks old or until I deem them fit to go.

Please keep in mind that not all bunnies are perfect. Some may develop attitudes if not spayed or neutered. They can be spayed or neutered between the ages of 4-6 months. Spaying or neutering is highly recommended if you decide to have more than one bunny.

Litter Training

All of our bunnies are started on litter training and have had a litter pan since birth. With that being said, it can take weeks to months for them to become litter trained. It is up to you as the owner to continue the training. 


Holland Lop

Holland Lops are one of the most popular rabbit breeds in the US. They are a recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA). Holland Lops make great 4H bunnies!


One of the Holland Lop's most distinctive features is their lopped ears. They are miniature bunnies with a compact, muscular body and short legs. They range from about 2-4 pounds. Holland lops can be a variety of colors. Some colors include Black, Blue, Chestnut, Chocolate, Lilac, and Frosty. Most of the solid colors can also come in a broken variant. Broken means patches of color mixed with white in between. There are also Tortoises, Tri-Colored, Harlequin, and many more. 


All bunnies have their own personalities. Holland Lops are considered to be very calm rabbits. They can come off as shy at first. They need to spend time with their people. They can go through stages of being nippy if not spayed or neutered.


Holland Lops need playtime and physical stimulation to be happy and healthy. They live an average of 7-10 years. They need weekly brushing to prevent intestinal blockages from self-grooming.

Mini Plush Lop

The Mini Plush Lop is newer, and rare miniature rabbit breed. This breed was created by Devie D'Anniballe in the 1990's. She spent over 12 years with a vigorous breeding program to create these gorgeous little bunnies. They are a strategic mix from four breeds. Mini Lop, Mini Rex, Holland Lop, and Netherland Dwarf.


Mini Plush Lops range from 3 - 4 pounds. They have compact bodies, wide faces with short muzzles, long heavy lopped ears and a soft velvety coat. Their coats are short and dense and feel like a plush blanket. They have fur, not hair, so they don't have dander like dogs. This makes them a better choice for those who have allergies to other animals. They molt twice a year but don't shed much in between. They come in blue, brown, tan, grey, white, and black. They can also have the broken pattern, Vienna, and harlequin. 


All bunnies have their own personalities. Mini Plush Lops have laid back and friendly personalities.


Holland Lops need playtime and physical stimulation to be happy and healthy. The average lifespan is about 12 years.

American Teddywidder

The American Teddywidder breed is a new breed. They were created from a mix of Double Mane Lionheads, Fuzzy Lops, and English Angora Rabbits.


Teddywidders range from 2-4 pounds. They are known for their amazing fur. They are soft and fluffy. Their wool length ranges 2-4 inches. These bunnies need to be brushed often, especially when their adult wool is coming in.


Teddywidders are gentle, calm, well-mannered bunnies. 

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