Juniper's Personality

Those of you who have followed us for a while know Juniper loves to eat socks, flirt with Moose, cuddle in the morning, and hide food incase snack emergencies, but since she's now a strong, independent, grown fox here's a few things about her personality you may not know.

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Jessika Coker
Domestic Foxes

Foxes, like minks and other plush animals have been bred for their fur for over a hundred years. Juniper and foxes like Juniper are considered "domestic fur-bearing animals". Being that she is descended from animals that were originally bred for their fur means that she has lost many of her natural instincts.

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Jessika Coker
Frequently Asked Questions

We often get questions from individuals wishing to own their own fox. This is just some general information and answers to questions we receive daily. Please remember that foxes are inherently wild mannered and while they do portray characteristics similar to cats and dogs, they are still a fox.

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Jessika Coker
What Do You Feed A Fox?

While there are quite a few requirements to being a good fox mum, diet is probably the most important. Foxes need a nutrient called Taurine in their diet. This is found in animal tissues. Without this foxes can go blind or suffer from seizures...

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Jessika Coker
Do Foxes Bite?

Any animal with teeth can bite. That's the golden rule of working with animals. Juniper does bite occasionally. Rarely to the point where she breaks the skin like this, but it has/does happen.

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Jessika Coker
How do you deal with the smell?

In our previous posts we've mentioned that foxes, especially red foxes, have a very strong odor. You guys regularly ask how we deal with that odor. Is it in our clothes and do other people mention it?

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Ryan Bush
Can you travel with a fox?

Vacations are pretty much nonexistent.

Firstly, let's talk about rabies. Foxes need rabies shots just like dogs. However, the rabies shot is not a recognized vaccine for foxes.

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Ryan Bush