silver fox rabbit

The Silver Fox Rabbit is listed as "Critical" by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, meaning there are less than 200 registered breeding adult Silver Fox rabbits in the United States and a global population of fewer than 2,000.

Weighing 9-12 pounds, two color varieties are available in this breed: black and blue, black being the only one recognized by the ARBA's Standard of Perfection. The Silver Fox's fur is more coarse than the fur of other rabbits, one and half to two inched long, and when stroked from tail to head, the fur stands up. This is referred to as "no flyback" fur. The guard hairs are white. This combined with the length and coarseness of the fur resembles the fur of the Arctic Silver Fox for which the Silver Fox rabbit is named.


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