The coat is dense and soft and the length of the coat is medium, measuring around 3.5 cm. Different coat colors are accepted, such as chinchilla (a color that resembles the color of the Chinchilla rodent), fawn, broken (white with any other color of the breed), chocolate (brown tone), among others, being gray or brown the predominant.
Despite not having the ears as long as the English Lop, it is recommended to use “nipple” or “bottle” type drinkers to prevent them from getting damp or even wet. In addition, it is essential that the nails are always well trimmed so that they do not injure the ears, but one must have experience in cutting them so as not to injure them otherwise it is suggested to consult a veterinarian. (The). Its coat does not require much care, at least one brushing a week is enough to keep the coat healthy. It is important to point out that rabbits do not need to bathe (except for a few exceptions), since they clean themselves on their own and, if it is necessary to clean any area that is very dirty, it is advisable to use a moistened tissue, and dry it. the spot with a clean cloth afterwards. As they are large, French Lops need a large space where they can jump, play and explore, leaving their cages or burrows as places of refuge. The other necessary care is the same as recommended for rabbits of any breed, and the ideal when acquiring a rabbit as a companion is to carry out an orientation consultation with a veterinary doctor (a) specialist in pets not (wild and exotic) for information on how to properly care for this pet.