Czech Frosty  Rabbit Club


History Of The Czech Frosty Rabbit

The Czech Frosty was officially accepted as the 51st ARBA rabbit breed on November 1, 2022 at the ARBA convention in Reno, NV, and the Czech Frosty Rabbit Club became an officially chartered Club of the ARBA on November 13, 2022!


Don Havlicek Imported the Czech Frosty rabbit from Czech Republic in 2013. This wonderful loving breed stole the hearts of many.  

 The Czech Frosty also called the Schwarzgrannen or Czech Black-Haired, are a medium sized rabbit that originated in the Czech Republic  early 1950’s. It was accepted by the German standard in 1991 and than accepted in the European standard in 1995. In 2022 it was accepted into the American Rabbit Breeders  Association. 

As a breed recognized by ARBA is has become the second  cylindrical breed recognized by ARBA.  The Czech Frosty is a medum size rabbit that is Frosty (also called Ermine or Frosted Pearl) in color.  The color is genetically the same as Chinchilla except they are ee, instead of E_. The breed averages around 7.5lbs and are thick enough to be dual purpose for both show and meat. The breed averages 4-8 kits per litter.