Giant Angora rabbits Breed Profile
Varieties: White. Pure white with red eyes.
Weight: Males: 9 1/2 pounds and over, Females: 10 pounds and over
Physical Attributes: The Giant angora has long fur over the body, head (not the face), ears, feet, and legs. The fur on the face and ears is not as thick as that of an English angora. The body is medium in length and is rounded. The ears are upright and are carried in a V-shape.
Personality: Most Giant angoras are very calm due to years of being bred for good temperaments in order to properly groom the breed.
Coat Type and Grooming: Giant Angoras have very long fur which needs to be groomed at least every other day, preferably every day. Young rabbits require more grooming as their coat is softer and matts easier. A slicker brush and a comb, preferably with rotating teeth, are a must for grooming. A letter opener is good for splitting matts apart. Clippers are a good idea in case the rabbit ever needs to be shaved, such as in very warm weather or when being bred.