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Rabbit Breeds - Silver Fox

Breed Facts

Breed Slogan

One of a Kind Since 1929

Showroom Varieties

Standard

Weight

Junior Weights: Not over 9 pounds, minimum 4.5 pounds
Intermediate Bucks: Not over 10 pounds
Intermediate Does: Not over 10.5 pounds
Senior Bucks: 9 - 11 pounds, ideal weight 9.5 pounds
Senior Does: 10 - 12 pounds, ideal weight 10.5 pounds

Appearance

The Silver Fox is a large breed known for its long fur and silvering.

Coat Type

Silver Foxes have standing fur

General Personality

This is an athletic and energetic breed.


ARBA Schedule of Points

General Type....45

Body
Head&Ears
Feet&Legs

38
5
2

Fur.................20
Color...............10
Silvering...........20
Condition............5
TOTAL POINTS....100

Breed History

Country of Origin

United States

Founder

W.B. Garland

Brief History

The Silver Fox was the second original U.S. breed. The creation of the breed involved a Checkered Giant sport. Hi black Checkered Giant had an unusually high number of stray white hairs. He bred that with some English Silvers. After 14 years of breeding and heavy culling the Silver Fox was created. Today the Silver Fox is endangered.

Year of ARBA Acceptance

1929

Conservation Status

Silver Foxes are an endangered breed.


Recommended Breeders


Breed Links

National Club

National Silver Fox Rabbit Club

Local/State/Regional Clubs


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