He have odd eyes, so half blue and the other half really dark brown nearly black. Which it’s quite funny because my other buck also have odd eyes. Both I had no idea they had different eye colors.Hello!
I'm not the best with colors (my guess is some sort of chocolate magpie? I've honestly got no clue, haha), but I love the Vienna gene! I don't think he's VM, unless he has blue eyes (can't tell from the photos). He might be a VC, Vienna carrier, which means he carries the gene, but doesn't show it. This would mean he wouldn't have any white Vienna marks either (I'm still learning, so experienced Vienna breeders, correct me if I'm wrong!).
Some mixed breed rabbits can get very different fur color. I had a rescue bun who was a dwarf mix. She was a harlequin with what I would've called Vienna marks if she had blue eyes, but she didn't, so she just had white socks and a little white nose.
He is a very handsome boy though!
Huh, interesting. Well, he’s a beautiful boy, and I’m sure his eyes only make him more handsome! I’m sorry I’m not much help with his color.He have odd eyes, so half blue and the other half really dark brown nearly black. Which it’s quite funny because my other buck also have odd eyes. Both I had no idea they had different eye colors.
He have red pupills , maybe that can help.Vienna mark doesn't necessarily have blue eyes, just the white markings (and sometimes vienna in the pedigree) is enough to confirm a vienna mark. (In some cases it's hard to tell between residual white markings and vienna but here this rabbit has large markings in a breed that commonly has vienna, so I'd feel pretty confident saying it's vienna regardless of pedigree)
He's definitely vienna marked, but beyond that it's hard to tell. Either a sallander or torted magie would be my guess. (He's coloring is a bit uneven and dark for a sallander, but a bit too even for a torted magie)