The Silver Fox rabbit is a unique breed of domestic rabbit. It was developed by Walter B. Garland of North Canton, Ohio. The breed is now recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association. This breed is known for its unusual fur. It was originally bred for meat but is now primarily used for show. Silver Fox rabbits are very gentle and make great pets. They are also excellent mothers and surrogates. Although the Silver Fox rabbit is primarily raised for pelt and meat, it is proving to be a promising breed for showing animals. They are also beautiful, low-maintenance pets. Once properly socialized, Silver Fox rabbits are generally tolerant of being petted.