The coat is dense and soft and the coat is of medium length, ranging from 2.5 to 3 cm. There are several varieties of colors, such as chinchilla (similar color to the Chinchilla rodent), opal, white, black, chocolate (brown tone), red (brown tone), blue (grey tone), fawn (ochre colors) , orange, butterfly (darker spot on the muzzle), smoke (white body with spots in other colors of the breed), among others.
Due to the length of their ears, it is recommended to use “nipple” or “bottle” type drinkers to prevent them from getting wet or even wet, which predisposes to the development of a local inflammatory process. They must always be clean and dry. It is essential to keep your nails well trimmed so that they do not damage the ears, remembering to be careful not to cut them too close to the blood vessel there. If the tutor does not have experience in cutting your pet's nails, it is advisable to take him to the veterinarian. Because they have a medium-sized coat, they do not require so much care, at least one brushing a week is enough to keep the coat healthy. Rabbits do not need to be bathed (with a few exceptions) as they constantly clean themselves and if any area is very dirty, a moistened tissue can be used for cleaning, which must be dried with a clean cloth afterwards. This breed needs a large cage not only because of its medium size, but also because of its large ears in order to avoid being stepped on. The ideal for the well-being of any rabbit is the adaptation of the environment to its needs, with enough space for it to jump, play and explore, leaving a cage or burrow as a place of refuge.