Ears: Long (just the right length to dip into food and water and with sufficient hair covering to become thoroughly sticky when immersed in "unmentionable" items).
The breed standard, owners' version
Nose: Very sensitive. Able to smell the rabbits which you were quite convinced were not there.
Eyes: Bright, sparkling -- always full of mischief.
Hearing: Very good at close quarters of when food is offered. Very poor at a distance and when called to go home at the end of the day.
Tail: Medium length, carried upright -- ideal for flicking small ornaments and cups of coffee off low tables.
Height: Exactly right for reaching items out of cupboards and fridges when standing comfortably.
Feet: Spade shaped and workmanlike -- very good for digging holes in lawns and flowerbeds.
Body: Supple and agile and able to twist easily when almost caught by owner.
Bones: Hard -- thus requiring the most comfortable chair in the room.
General Appearance: An air of innocence and an ability to make owners think it couldn't really be a PBGV who wreaked such havoc.
-- J. Walton-Haddon
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