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Blanc De Blouscat rabbits are a large French breed of pet rabbit. They were bred in 1906 by Mr. and Mrs. Dulon. Their goal was to create a large, white rabbit by combining a few different rabbits, including the Flemish Giant, Champagne d’Argent, and French Angora. They were intended for meat and fur production. However, today, they are mostly raised as pets.
They are smarter than most rabbit breeds. They can be trained to use the litter box and do tricks. Most are fast learners and eager-to-please, so they’ll respond whenever you ask them to do something.
They weigh at least 13 pounds and their bodies are also muscular and strong. Their long ears are very thick and are always held upright.
They have a dense, silky white coat that is soft to the touch that doesn’t require any special grooming, though they do have a molting season. During this period, you should brush them regularly to keep too much fur from entering their digestive system.