The dyed rabbit skins use our Better Grade Rabbit Skins from Spain.
These skins have excellent fur quality and are soft and
supple. These rabbit skins are chrome tanned.
We offer a variety of
colors of better grade dyed rabbit skins. With the exception of the black-dyed skins (which have been
dyed in Spain), all of the skins
have been dyed professionally in the United States using using high quality
professional dyes. The dyed skins are about the same size as the
better grade skins. Some will be a bit smaller because the
skins tend to shrink somewhat when dyed. We start out with good
quality and end up with a superior product. You will be impressed with the quality of the dye job,
especially with the fluorescent skins--a difficult job to get right at the
best of times. The fluorescent colors are glow in the dark under UV/black light. These skins will not lose their color if they get
The Black Dyed rabbit skins are a mix
of the better grade rabbit skins that have been dyed jet
black in Spain. We usually keep between one and two thousand of these rabbits on hand
in our Niagara Falls warehouse. We can order any quantity you
desire. The black-dyed skins are about the same size as the better
grade skins above. Some will be a bit smaller because the skins tend
to shrink somewhat when dyed. Although, you also get some that
are bigger. In general, other firms sell lower-grade, smaller black
dyed skins. We start out with good quality and end up with a
Please note that the dyed rabbits do have a
chemical odor as a result of being dyed. They may also have a mothball
odor as well because we have to prevent bugs from getting into the skins.
You can reduce this odor by either airing them out or by tumbling the skins
in a dryer with a dryer sheet on very low heat for no more than five
minutes. Any more than this will shrink the rabbit skins and you will no
longer have the option to return them if unsatisfied. If you're
worried that the rabbits skins may leave an odor in your dryer, we suggest
you use a public laundromat.
For more information on our rabbit skins,
please click HERE for the main rabbit
section. For Larger Dyed Breeder
Rabbits, click HERE.
Sometimes we receive some rabbit skins that are not consistently dyed. We sort these skins out and sell them as discounted closeouts. Please see our Odds & Ends Furs page for discounted dyed rabbit skins.
Genus and species: Oryctolagus cuniculus. Ranch raised.
Product of Spain, Dyed in