Senior Weight of 4 to 7 pounds. (Usually weighs 5-6).
Three varieties: black, brown, and fawn.
Very short, dense, snappy flyback coat.
Muscular, athletic type
Silvering consists of white and white-tipped hairs
Standard does not specify ideal amount of silvering
as long as silvering is even and bright.
Curious, active temperaments
Very old breed whose exact origin is not known,
but was present in England in the late sixteenth century.
Silvered breeds are now bred worldwide, but our version is
only found in the US and UK.
All silvered breeds descended from the Silver.
Senior Weight of 9 to 10 pounds
One recognized variety: black. Blue Silver Foxes exist but are
Long (1 1/2 inch) fur that stands upright to body when stroked from
tail to head. About as opposite a coat from a Silver as you can
Silvering consists of white ticking.
Standard specifies ideal amount or degree of silvering to strive
Docile, low-key temperaments
Developed in 1929 from a combination of
several other breeds of the day (including the Silver.)
Found only in America