American Fuzzy Lop rabbits Breed Profile
Varieties: Agouti: Fur has three or more bands of color on each shaft. Belly, underside of tail, inside nostrils and ears, and around eyes is cream, orange, or white. Includes chestnut agouti and chinchilla; Pointed White: White with color on the ears, nose, feet, legs, and tail. Pink eyes; Self: One solid color. Includes black, blue, ruby eyed white (albino), and chocolate; Shaded: Body of one color with darker color over the face, ears, feet, legs, tail, belly, and haunches. Includes Sable Point, Siamese Sable, and Tortoise Shell; Wide Band: Markings similar to that of an agouti, but the fur shafts do not have three or more colors per shaft. Includes Fawn and Orange; Broken: White in combination with any recognized variety.
Weight: 4 pounds maximum, Females: 4 pounds maximum
Physical Attributes: The American fuzzy lop is a very round breed with a short, wide face and short, lopped ears. The fur is long, and it comes in many different colors.
Personality: American fuzzy lops tend to have a wide variety of temperaments. Some are very calm and friendly, while others are quite hyper and skittish. Males tend to be calmer, whereas females tend to be more shy.
Coat Type and Grooming: The coat is long and dense. It is slightly coarse, so does not mat as easily as many other long-haired breeds. Young rabbits require more grooming as their coat is softer and matts more easily.
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