Silver Rabbit Breed

A silver is a small breed, weighing 4-7 pounds, average being 5-6.  They have medium-length type and bone.  Silvers have probably the shortest, snappiest fly-back coat you will ever see.  They are recognized in three varieties, Black, Brown, and Fawn.  The Brown is a chestnut.  On top of the black, brown, or fawn coat is even silver ticking, giving the breed a silvery look.

The Black Silver rabbit has a black coat with a blue-silver undercoat.  

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