REX Rabbits

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Beautiful Rex Buns

We have three rex buns that will be looking for new homes late November.

Born 16th September 2017.

All broken in colour: one broken blue, one broken fawn and one broken black.

Not sdure of the sex yet.

Happy to drop off to Cool Critter Cartage 0272705454  on their next trip through Brightwater.

The REX breed is a delightful breed to keep with their plush coats and very friendly natures. 

We will add photos and list colours and sexes as they become known.

All raised on Westons rabbit pellets, plenty of meadow hay, carrots, apple, banana and lots of love! Price is per bun. Enquires welcome.


 

Colours of Rex Breed accepted in NZ

Ermine - As pure white as possible, creamy or yellow tinge a fault.

Black - A rich, lustrous blue-black, dark blue under colour carried down to skin, brown tinge a fault. Eyes brown.

Blue - Clear, bright, medium shade of blue (not lavender) throughout, from tip of fur to skin, extending to, but not including toe-nails, brown tinge a fault. Toe nails to be horn colour. Eyes blue.

Havana- A rich, dark chocolate, the colour to go well down the hairs with a pearl-grey under colour. Eyes brown with distinct ruby glow.

Nutria - Rich golden brown, colour to go well down the fur, pearl-grey under colour to reach the skin, rusty tinge a fault.

Lilac - A pinkish dove grey, under colour to be as near as possible to top colour. Brown or bluish tinge a fault. Eyes lilac with ruby glow.

Medium Sable - Saddle an even rich sepia brown, shading gradually to a chestnut on flanks and slightly paler on belly. Head, ears, legs and upper side of tail to match saddle. Chest to match flanks. Top colour to go well down fur, under colour to match shadings throughout. Eye colour to reflect a distinct rich ruby glow. Streaks, blotches, white hairs and rusty tinge are faults.

Seal - Head and body even rich dark sepia, shading only slightly paler on lower flanks, chest and belly. Top colour to go well down fur, under colour to match shadings throughout. Eye colour to reflect deep bluish black. Faults - uneven top colour, rusty tinge, white hairs, blue under colour a serious fault.

Smoke Pearl- Saddle smoke grey shading to pearl-grey on flanks, chest and belly. Head, ears, feet and upper side of tail to match saddle as nearly as possible. Shading to be gradual, avoiding blotches or streaks. General under colour to match shading as closely as possible. To be totally free from white hairs throughout. Toenails horn coloured. Pale or white under colour a fault. Eyes to have a distinct ruby glow, brown eyes a fault.

Sooty Fawn - Top colour (saddle) to be rich orange, going well down towards the skin and lightly tipped with brown. Ears, muzzle, feet, belly and underside of tail to be rich blue-black, gradually shading into the body colour on face, flanks and haunches. Faults - excessive extension of the shadings into the body colour. Eyes brown.

Castor - Colour to be dark rich chestnut brown. Intermediate colour to be rich orange clearly defined on a dark slate blue under colour. Orange and dark slate blue to be of equal half (half and half). Fur to be lightly tipped with black, chest to match flanks. Head, outside of ears, upper side of tail to match body colour, ears laced black. Belly and underside of tail white with dark slate blue under colour. minor faults - barred front feet. Faults - Heavy black top, greyness on haunches. Eyes brown.

Opal - Top colour pale shade of blue with a layer of golden tan between it and the slate-blue under colour. General effect to be blue-shot-tan. Belly, eye circles, inside ears and underside of jowl white. Slate and golden tan bands to be approximately equal in width, belly colour to be white with blue under. Faults - Barred front feet. Eyes brown or blue.

Cinnamon - Colour to be bright golden tan. Intermediate colour to be light orange clearly defined on a blue under colour. Fur lightly tipped with brown. Chest top match flanks. Head, outside ears, upper side of tail to match body colour. Ears laced brown. Belly and underside of tail white with blue/grey under colour. Blue and orange bands to be approximately equal in width. Faults - fawny tinge, dark blotches barred front feet. Eyes golden brown with ruby glow.

Lynx - Colour to be orange shot silver. Intermediate colour to be bright orange clearly defined on white under colour. Tips of fur silver. Belly, eye circles, inside ears and underside of jowl white. Chest to match flanks. Serious faults - bluish tinge on top, blue under colour. Barred front feet.

Chinchilla - Fur to be lightly tipped with black and white giving a sparkling chinchillated effect. Intermediate colour to be near white clearly defined on a dark slate blue under colour, with a minimum of one-third and a maximum of one-half near white. Chest to match flanks. Head, outside ears and upper side of tail to be chinchillated grey. Ears laced black. Eye circles, inside ears and underside of jowl pearl grey Belly and underside of tail white. Faults - Rusty tinge, heavy black top. Eyes brown or blue.

Marten Sable - Saddle an even rich sepia brown, shading gradually to a rich chestnut on flanks. Belly, eye circles, inside of ears, underside of jowl and nape triangle to be white. Colour to go well down the fur, under colour to match shadings throughout. White ticking on legs is permissible. Eye colour to reflect a distinct rich ruby glow. Faults - streaks or blotches on top colour, white hairs on outside of ears and on body, white ticking on flanks or rump, rusty tinge.

Marten Seal - Head and body an even rich dark sepia shading only slightly paler on flanks. Belly, eye circles, inside of ears, underside of jowl and nape triangle to be white. Colour to go well down fur, under colour to match shadings throughout. Eye colour to reflect deep bluish black. Faults - uneven top colour, rusty tinge. White hairs on outside of ears and on body, white ticking on flanks or rump. Blue under colour a serious fault.

Marten Smoke - Saddle smoke grey, shading gradually to pearl grey on flanks. Belly, eye circles, inside of ears, underside of jowl and nape triangle to be white. Colour to go well down the fur, under colour to match shadings throughout. White ticking on legs is permissible. Eye colour to reflect a distinct rich ruby glow. Faults - streaks or blotches on top colour, white hairs on outside of ears and on body, white ticking on flanks or rump, rusty tinge.

Black Fox Colour jet black, colour to go well down the fur. Under colour to be as dark blue as possible. Eye circles, inside of ears, line of jaws, underside of tail and belly, to be pure white with under colour permissible. Triangle to be white and as small as possible. White ticking on chest, flanks and rump desirable. Ticking may protrude beyond fur as in Normal Foxes such ticking to be white tipped hairs and to be considered as added beauty. Eyes brown or grey, brown preferred.

Blue Fox - A medium blue (even and sound) extending to the skin. Eyes blue or grey, blue preferred.

Chocolate Fox - Dark chocolate (even and sound) top colour going down the fur as far as possible. Under colour slate. Eyes brown or lilac, brown preferred.

Lilac Fox - Pinky-dove top colour (even and sound). Under colour dove. Eyes lilac with ruby glow. Faults - rusty tinge, pale under colour. Yellow or other colour in white pattern a disqualification.

Black Otter - Body colour to be lustrous black uniform throughout, with slate blue under colour, to reach skin. The belly and underside of the chin and tail to be creamy white with blue or white under colour, to be divided from the colour by a distinct border of tan. Nostrils and nape of neck to be tan. Eye circles and inside ears to be fawn. Chest to be a mixture of black and tan, merging with the main body colour. The fore feet on the front shall be predominantly black, the tan border between belly and flanks shall be continued down to the hind feet.

Blue Otter - A clear, bright, medium shade of blue (not lavender) throughout, from tip of fur to skin.

Chocolate Otter - A rich dark chocolate with a purplish sheen, the colour to go well down the hairs with a pearly grey under colour, eye colour brown.

Lilac Otter - A pinky dove grey throughout from tip of fur to skin, bluish tinge a fault. Faults - Brown or rusty tinge to the body colour. White to tan hairs other than in the patterned areas. grey belly surface colour.

Tan - Body colour to be black, blue, lilac or chocolate and to go down as far as possible. Belly, chest, eye circles, inside ears, underside of jowl and triangle to be rich tan, face and outside ears to match body colour. Faults - rusty body colour, tan hairs on back and outside ears. White patches in armpits a disqualification.

Orange- Saddle deep rich orange, carried well down the sides gradually shading to white belly. Colour to go well down the fur, under colour to be white. Eye circles, inside of ears and underside of jowl white. Chest to match flanks. Face and outside ears to match saddle. Faults - Ticking, barred front feet and brownish tinge, blue under colour.

Fawn - Saddle to be a bright golden fawn without any trace of creaminess, carried well down the flanks, gradually shading to a white belly. Colour to extend down the fur as far as possible, clearly defined white under colour. Eye circles, inside of ears, jowl and underside of tail to be white. Chest to match flanks, head, outside of ears and forepaws to match saddle. Faults - White hairs, blue sheen on coat, bluish or brownish tinge on points, bluish under colour, very heavily barred feet.

Californian - Points to be dark seal. Body colour pure white. Eyes ruby red. Nose marking to go well up between eyes into whisker beds and to be large and egg shaped. Ears, dense colour to roots. Front feel markings well up legs and down to toes. Hind foot markings well up hocks and down to toes and tail dense to roots. Faults - creamy or yellow tinge in body colour, eye stains. Blue or chocolate also recognised.

Harlequin - All marked varieties to resemble nearly as possible the normal varieties in colouring and marking.

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