Uses litter boxes
Can learn commands like "sit" "shake" etc. like a dog
Shows affection like a cat
... It's a fox. Enough said.
Prone to biting and destructive behavior
They smell really bad
Cannot be sent to a "doggy daycare"
house broken foxes might still mark
It's critical to have a vet and most vets don't treat foxes
Having a fox is a big responsibility. I know that. I know that they aren't 100% domestic. I know they are not as easy as a dog or cat. But I love foxes so much and I would be completely willing to put in all the work to be a good fox owner 🐾🍂
I can't get one right now because I'm broke lol.
and you need a house with a yard, which I don't have. But in the future I will.
(Look at her snaggle tooth. Cutest shit I've ever seen)
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Yes if you really think you can handle it and your up for the challenge then yeah get one. I'm going to get a wolf in maybe 3 years or so, so a fox would be easier taken care of but more work than your average dog. Just try to get a vet close to you that will treat it or look or a exotic vet.2