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"The Crème of the Crop"
Creme d Argent Pet Rabbits
8-11 lbs
The Creme d'Argent type is similar to the Champagne, but being somewhat
smaller. The standard calls for well developed hindquarters, deep, thick loin, broad well developed shoulders, slightly arched back, tapering towards shoulders, but avoiding mandolin type or flat, flabby shoulders. Surface color to be creamy white with an orange cast. Under color to be bright orange carried down to the skin if possible, must be bright, rich orange, not dull.



Creme D'Argent pet rabbits are, by the rule, considered a meat breed or meat type rabbits. Creme D'
Argents are a difficult breed to raise, due to their temperaments, and they don't put on weight as well as other breeds.

 In all meat breeds the hindquarters are where the most and best meat is carried so it should be the first thing checked after it has been determined that an animal is free from disqualifications.

We sometimes fail in our assessment of what is meant by full hindquarters. It should be well rounded, to a degree, in appearance from all or any angle that it may be viewed from. Full means to be full or rounded over the back and the hips and to not slope off to the sides nor slope or seemingly drop off over the back end.
Color is the most important feature of the Crème. It needs to be rich and show luster when finished and surface color desired is not too dark. A good creamy white surface color with an under color is desired. Guard hairs should be interspersed "liberally" throughout the entire coat and should be orange in color. Under color should be rich orange showing brightness and to be ideal must carry all the way down to the skin. It should not fade out as to leave the appearance of ring color in the rabbit fur.


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