We are very proud & excited to raise the absolutely stunning breed of teddywidders. Our Teddywidder adults are imported directly from Europe. Only a few breeders in the US have European. Teddywidders. They are hard to find! Unlike the american version, European Teddys are bred to have easy to maintain fur. It is not thick and wooly and will not mat easily as long as you spend some time grooming each week. Unlike Hollands, they don’t shed very much and are just like little baby bears!! The minute I saw one I knew that I needed to find a way to get one into my arms!
I began researching this breed and trying to find a way to bring home an authentic European Teddywidder.
Everything I read about this breed still did not prepare me for what we actually experienced once we got to interact with our babies. There is a reason they are nicknamed the Goldendoodles of the bunny world!
This breed is just so easy to handle! They are most content on a lap! They love to be groomed and they tolerate our dogs, our chaos and our busy family. They're not easily startled or nervous by nature. The other thing I found is how much fun they are to hold! They have such a chunky, stocky little body, thick ears and they're covered with the softest fur.
Playful and inquisitive little beings that they are, they are hilarious to watch and we have fallen head over heels.
We are so thrilled to be able to offer these babies to pet families and share the love!
The Teddywidder (also known as teddy dwarf, teddy lop or teddy rabbit) is an extremely rare German breed of rabbit. This rabbit breed is rare even in Europe and in America is nearly unknown. This dwarf breed gets no bigger than 2-4 pounds. They have lop ears and very long, soft wool covering their entire bodies, from tail to ears. These little furballs are very gentle, calm and well-mannered which also makes them perfect therapy/emotional support animals.
Holland Lops are the foundation of our rabbitry. They are extremely curious and outgoing. Holland lops are the most smallest of the lop eared breed. They commonly get mistaken with mini lops, who are ironically almost twice the size as holland lops. Hollands do range from 2.5-4 pounds when fully matured. This breed is the most popular, especially with families with children. They are easy to handle, require minimum amount of grooming, and have the sweetest personalities that of which remind me of dogs!