My French Girls

Here’s an update on my French Blanc de Hotots, that I received from Nova Scotia, first generation descended from La Maison de Laperriere’s French imports. They are larger than American Hotots, are more energetic, and have a longer, leaner build. They dance and leap about their hutch with grace and ease, they have more of… Continue reading My French Girls

Rabbits for sale

We’ve got two rabbits for sale at the upcoming Stockton Feb 1 show: Blue Eyed White Beveren Doe – 6 months, 10.8 lbs. Only letting her go in favor of keeping her two older sisters, to make room for their future litters. She’s a very large girl. She has 3 Grand Champion older siblings. She’s… Continue reading Rabbits for sale

How Hotots are posed in Switzerland

Hotots are an arched breed, but unfortunately were classified as commercial type in the U.S. so are posed on the show table into the commercial rabbit loaf-pose. The truth is this gorgeous breed is both a meaty commercial build rabbit, and an arched breed, and while chunky compared to other arched breeds, I feel shows… Continue reading How Hotots are posed in Switzerland

Belgian Hare – Jack the Rabbit

The guy who started it all… my first (and still, only) Belgian Hare. He’s a wonderful creature, smart, agile, funny. I love this little guy. We used to let him roam our whole 2-acre property, he considered it his job to run up to greet visitors. After he caught a respiratory illness from the wild… Continue reading Belgian Hare – Jack the Rabbit