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The German Lop Breed Standard:
1. Type -Very cobby, massive and muscular.
The neck on a good German
Lop should not be visible. Ideally it should be equally as broad in the shoulder as the hindquarters. From a short nape the line
of the back should rise in a slight curve to a well-muscled rump which should be short and well rounded. The front legs are short, straight and thick. The hind legs should lie parallel to the rump and not jutting outwhen resting. A dewlap in does is permissible.
2. Head – The head should be strongly developed with a distinct width between the eyes.
The German Lop should have a Roman nose appearance with well-developedcheeks.
3. Ears -The ears should be broad, thick and of good substance, they rise from a strong ridge called the crown on top of the head, carried
closely to the cheeks, with the openings turned inwards. The ears should hang down straight just behind the eyes without either being carried forwards or backwards. Ear length, measured across the skull minimum
27.96cm – maximum 35.5cm. (11-14in maximum).
4. Coat – The fur is of normal length, very dense with strong guardhairs.
5. Colour or Pattern – All recognised colours, including the butterflypattern are accepted but not the broken pattern.
6. Condition. DESIRED WEIGHT – Adult, minimum 2.95kg – max 3.85kg (6½lb – max 8½lb)
The maximum weight for an u/5 exhibit at a show shall be 2.948kg (6 1/2lb).
Adult Weight over 3.85kg (8½lb.) U/5 month weightover2.95kg(6½lb). Putty nose on Butterfly pattern. White patches on coloured