Named for its coarse coat, the Silver Fox’s 1½- to 2-inch-long fur stands up when stroked from tail to head. This so-called no-fly-back characteristic combined with white guard hairs causes the coat to resemble that of the Arctic Silver Fox. Once quite popular, the Silver Fox’s current status is listed as critical. The Silver Fox Rabbit was only the second rabbit to be truly American-bred.
You can purchase kits for show by contacting Shalamar.
These rabbits are a mix of New Zealand, California Whites and a few others and are used primarily for meat, but can be purchased for pets as well.