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Introducing Juniper to the new baby

To be completely honest I've been very nervous about introducing our new addition to Juniper. She generally doesn't like animals that are similar or smaller in size to her and only prefers the company of large dogs. For that reason I thought she may reject the baby.

After speaking with others who housed multiple foxes they reassured me and explained that foxes generally love babies and out of everyone I spoke with no one had ever had a problem with introductions. They let me know it may be an especially good introduction since Juniper "mothers" her toys (two blue squeezer balls we call the Wilson sisters).

If you listen closely at the beginning of the video you can hear Juniper make a gurgling sound. This is a noise that foxes use toward babies! She immediately knew it was a baby fox and even though she was unsure of how she felt about their first introduction, it's a great sign that she made this sound!

Juniper has never seen another fox before so everything about him is very new to her. We're taking introductions slowly, but it looks like it's going to be smooth sailing very soon.
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He makes happy noises! RG: @juniperfoxx - Foxes aren't easy pets and are illegal in some countries. Search the Instagram hashtag #livingwithjuni to learn more about living with a fox.

@Regrann from @juniperfoxx - 淳xercise
Foxes are extremely energetic, intelligent animals. Which means walks are incredibly important for us. Without proper exercise and mental stimulation foxes can easily get bored and take that boredom out on objects, animals or people around them. This could lead to aggression, depression, or lethargy.

In the wild foxes can travel up to five miles a day. To keep Juniper's nose, brain, and body active we walk her daily. These trips through the woods provide lots of mental stimulation and kind of work like a reset button. We all feel good connecting to our roots, right?

We get a lot of comments regarding her leash. Juniper does need to be leashed when we walk, this is mostly for her safety. Foxes, being inherently wild mannered do not have great "recall". Recall is a term that's used to describe the tendencies of how well an animal returns when called. Juniper may not stray far when off leash, but the leash comes in handy for cases of another animal approaching us, (or when she tries to climb into another animals burrow). It is also required by law for her to be leashed when she isn't home, this is also for her safety and the safety of others.

For all of our educational posts click here
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@Regrann from @juniperfoxx - 澧an 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. Because of this foxes cannot be boarded at kennels or doggy day cares. "So bring Juniper with you?" Traveling with any exotic animal is difficult, especially foxes. In order to cross state lines with a fox it's required that you call each state's Department of Natural Rresources to advise/get authorization to import. While it is possible to take her, it's pretty difficult and some states do not permit import, even when just driving though. "Can't someone watch her for you?" Foxes bond closely with only one or two people. Interaction with new people or even people she knows, but doesn't interact with daily can be very stressful. It's also difficult to find someone who would be up to the enormous task of caring for her in our absence.
Only a few days left of education week! I hope you're all enjoying.
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Anatomy 101.
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We've gotten a big flood of new people and I'd like to say welcome to everyone! I've been getting A LOT of emails, DMs, and comments asking great questions. If you're new to the page and have a question click here #livingwithjuni each photo answers a frequently asked question, since I'm not able to answer everyone's personally. Thank you to all of you who have been here for a while and have helped with questions as well! I always really appreciative whenever you guys chime in!
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Anatomy by: @ladyaxolotl
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OBSESSED with Juniper! Thanks for finding @megroto#repost @juniperfoxx
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"Sleeping Habits"

Juniper does sleep in the bed with us most nights. Moose likes to sleep in between my boyfriend and I, and Juniper likes to sleep on top of Moose.


Foxes are nocturnal animals so they're most active at night. Some nights end up with her pouncing on us, nibbling on toes, or running around crazily, but she eventually settles down and sleeps.


Like most puppies Juniper was kennel trained from a young age. This means we would place her in a kennel at night before bed. This helped a lot with regulating her schedule and also provided her with her own "den" or "safe place". Foxes and most other animals feel comfortable when they have their own space to go to hide or sleep. Juniper still sleeps in her kennel every now and again and treats it like she would a den.

For all of our educational posts click here #livingwithjuni If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below .

This babe melts my heart @juniperfoxx looks beautiful with the Gold Gypsy Goddess Mandala
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燒amaste Juniper
Our normal Thursday informational post will be moved to tomorrow, so I'm going to let you guys choose what you'd like to learn about most. Should tomorrow's post be about Training/Discipline, Care Expenses, or Daily Routine?
For information on care and behavior click here #livingwithjuni

#Repost from @juniperfoxx with @_repostr - 淙loof: Maximum level achieved
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You may have noticed in our recent videos that Juniper is starting to look at little plump. Well, you're not wrong! North American red foxes grow dense winter coats that they usually begin working on in the late fall. These coats are generally soft, silky and relatively long. Quite the contrast from her short corse summer coat.

Juniper may have gotten a little excited about her new seamstress skills this year. She made an extremely thick coat for this winter! This is due to her wanting to spend more time outside during the chilly nights coupled with the fact that she is from a line of foxes that were originally bred for fur. Her relatives were bred to have the thicker coats than their wild counterparts and this is a trait that was eventually passed down to Juniper.

So if Juniper looks like she's gained thirty pounds don't be alarmed, she's actually just sporting her own hard work, which looks much better on her than on the hood of someone's jacket.
(Aura ring// @mal_wingostarrjewelry )
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Update: Juniper has completely taken on the roll of being Fig's mother. She has gone so far, in fact, that she stole my dinner off of my plate and took it to Fig for him to eat. Which he immediately did and I was left with my mouth hanging open.. dinnerless.

If you turn your volume up you can hear the calls that she makes to him. They're very soft and sweet. She's been extremely gentle, constantly watching over him and grooming him. In this video she continually tries to bring him her Banana to play with.

I couldn't have asked for a better situation for either fox. Some of you may recall Juniper's instincts compelling her to care for her two Toy balls as if they were babies. Fig satisfies her need to mother a kit and in turn he is going to live a more natural life by having a fox companion to grow up with.

If you have a question you want answered comment below for all of our informational posts click here #livingwithjuni . (P.S. Fig will not be getting his own Instagram. He will be a part of this one with Juniper )

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Update: Juniper has completely taken on the roll of being Fig's mother. She has gone so far, in fact, that she stole my dinner off of my plate and took it to Fig for him to eat. Which he immediately did and I was left with my mouth hanging open.. dinnerless.

If you turn your volume up you can hear the calls that she makes to him. They're very soft and sweet. She's been extremely gentle, constantly watching over him and grooming him. In this video she continually tries to bring him her Banana to play with.

I couldn't have asked for a better situation for either fox. Some of you may recall Juniper's instincts compelling her to care for her two Toy balls as if they were babies. Fig satisfies her need to mother a kit and in turn he is going to live a more natural life by having a fox companion to grow up with.

If you have a question you want answered comment below for all of our informational posts click here #livingwithjuni . (P.S. Fig will not be getting his own Instagram. He will be a part of this one with Juniper )

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Fig or Fumble? Help me pick his name!

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㎡his baby is considered a "fire and ice fox" he will not get darker or turn orange. In fact, he'll actually get lighter the older he gets. He will be mostly a cream color with blue/grey stockings. He will look similar to the second picture on this post (Image from google).

%e is from a fur farm. For those of you who don't know a fur farm is a place where foxes are bred to become pelts for things like coats, hats, and jacket trim.

%e is six weeks old and his missing eye, foot and toes are due to a bacterial infection that took place while he was living on the fur farm.

%e will be getting a prosthetic foot in just a few months. While animals can adapt to live fine with missing limbs, he will need a prosthetic because of the fact that he's only missing his foot. This causes him to put pressure on his wrist when he walks. This can be stressful to the bone and the prosthetic will act as a cushion.

@f you have a question you want answered comment below! #livingwithjuni

Fig or Fumble? Help me pick his name!

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㎡his baby is considered a "fire and ice fox" he will not get darker or turn orange. In fact, he'll actually get lighter the older he gets. He will be mostly a cream color with blue/grey stockings. He will look similar to the second picture on this post (Image from google).

%e is from a fur farm. For those of you who don't know a fur farm is a place where foxes are bred to become pelts for things like coats, hats, and jacket trim.

%e is six weeks old and his missing eye, foot and toes are due to a bacterial infection that took place while he was living on the fur farm.

%e will be getting a prosthetic foot in just a few months. While animals can adapt to live fine with missing limbs, he will need a prosthetic because of the fact that he's only missing his foot. This causes him to put pressure on his wrist when he walks. This can be stressful to the bone and the prosthetic will act as a cushion.

@f you have a question you want answered comment below! #livingwithjuni #FigTheFoxx

@juniperfoxx is making her T-shirt announcement tomorrow!
Her design choice was "friends not fur" in a fox face. If you don't know her story she just brought home another fox kit that was rescued from a fox farm. He is missing his front foot and an eye due to lack of care and living condition before he was rescued.
Why I LOVE @juniperfoxx s owner is the profit for this t shirt is going to help her start her own sanctuary for exotic animals. How AMAZING is she? keep up the good work

Introducing Juniper to the new baby

To be completely honest I've been very nervous about introducing our new addition to Juniper. She generally doesn't like animals that are similar or smaller in size to her and only prefers the company of large dogs. For that reason I thought she may reject the baby.

After speaking with others who housed multiple foxes they reassured me and explained that foxes generally love babies and out of everyone I spoke with no one had ever had a problem with introductions. They let me know it may be an especially good introduction since Juniper "mothers" her toys (two blue squeezer balls we call the Wilson sisters).

If you listen closely at the beginning of the video you can hear Juniper make a gurgling sound. This is a noise that foxes use toward babies! She immediately knew it was a baby fox and even though she was unsure of how she felt about their first introduction, it's a great sign that she made this sound!

Juniper has never seen another fox before so everything about him is very new to her. We're taking introductions slowly, but it looks like it's going to be smooth sailing very soon.
#livingwithjuni

So excited. Car rides havent always been an easy task. Some days theyre a breeze, others theyre a complete nightmare. Recently @MyPuppyLove_ sent me their M7 Back Seat Cover which has been amazing. Foxes produce hormones that raise their stress levels tremendously in unknown situations. Even though Juniper loves to get in the car and ride to our favorite hiking spot, there can be an occasional bump in the road, or a branch that rubs the top of the Jeep. These things can be incredibly frightening which cause her to speed under the seats and hide, making it difficult to get her to calm down when we get to our final destination. The cover not only keeps Juniper from running to the floorboards, but also has a leash attachment that acts like a little seatbelt for her. Ive seen these in the stores before and Ive always wanted to try one, but this one is really more than I could have expected, its well made, padded, and keeps our backseat super clean. Ever since we started using it Juniper has been calm and content on our rides together. Making me a happy mum and her the happiest fox.
You can grab one in the @MyPuppyLove_ Bio (they're 40% off until midnight!)
#livingwithjuni #sponsored

Sometimes it's easy to forget that Juniper is an inherently wild animal

In this video I went outside to say good morning to Juniper before giving her an egg for breakfast. Being nocturnal she's normally pretty grouchy in the morning, but generally doesn't mind a couple minutes of interaction. On this particular day, she decided to let me know she preferred some space, which is perfectly fine and I let her go back to sleep. What's important to remember is that this behavior isn't "bad behavior", but a display of her wild nature.

Everyday I get comments, DM's, and emails saying "I found foxes for sale online and I'm planning on getting one.. what should I know about them?" While I can't respond to everyone, I can make a post about it. I want our Instagram to be an educational resource. While Juniper and I are very close, and she seems very well behaved this isn't always the case. She's still a fox, and acts like a fox and in this video she's demonstrating typical fox behavior.

Every year I see so many foxes rehomed or perish within their first year because of assumptions that they act like a dog or cat. Coupled by the lack of information readily available. Dogs and cats have been domesticated for so much longer, they want to please people, to be close to people. Foxes one the other hand are prone to biting (badly) and destructive behavior. They require an extensive amount of time and attention to get them to the point where they are even sociable. They require permits to own and are illegal in most places. Most vets will not treat them and they usually require an exotic vet which can be costly. It's usually illegal to walk them in public places. They need an outdoor enclosure and cannot be kept indoors constantly. They're skittish, they smell, and they are almost never able to be fully house broken.

These are the things you don't see floating around online, the reality of living with one of these inherently wild creatures. Foxes can live between 9-15 years in captivity. 9-15 years of permits, costly vet bills, raw diets, and pee.. on everything, but also love. A lot of it.

For detailed info on different fox topics click here #livingwithjuni

#repost from @jklamlam
Juniper love 歹歹歹@juniperfoxx
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.
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I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

Hi I'm #juniper a young rescued fux. During the day time I like to annoy the shit out of my owners. I may look really cute but I love to fuck shit up! #thesluttiestfox #savethefux #nofuxgiven #juniperthefux #peta #whosavedwho #livingwithjuni #notadog

DISCLAIMER: taking care of a fux is not easy. Fux are not meant to be household pets but juniper cannot be returned to the wild

Omg she's too much. 賅 #Repost @juniperfoxx
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.

I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

#Repost @juniperfoxx with @repostapp
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.

I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

#Repost @juniperfoxx
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.

I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

if you don't follow @juniperfoxx ask yourself why not. Turn your sound on.
#Repost @juniperfoxx
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.

I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

@Regrann from @rhino18181: "What Should I Do if I Find a Baby Fox
In The Wild?" *Photo and writing by Juniper Fox @juniperfoxx @Regrann from @juniperfoxx - "What should I do if I find a baby fox in the wild?" After receiving about 40 different emails this week about people finding young red foxes, I thought, making a post to address this would be important.
Baby foxes are referred to as "kits", if you find a fox kit alone, it doesn't always mean that they're an orphan. Many times, you may be taking a perfectly healthy young fox out of its environment, unknowingly. Mother foxes do leave their young periodically to hunt. If you find a fox kit, it is best to leave it alone unless it is injured or clearly malnourished. If you have the ability to keep an eye on the baby, take some time to see if the mom comes back. If there are no signs of a mother for at least 48 hours, the next step is to contact your local wildlife rehabilitator, which you can find by contacting the Department of Natural Resources, or even by doing a quick Google search.

If you need to house a kit, here are a few things to keep in mind. Try not to feed the baby, for a lot of times, by offering the wrong food, you can make the situation much worse. Many times, people have great intentions, but by offering a 'non species appropriate' diet, they often do more damage. Changing from mother's milk to a milk replacement can also be very hard on a baby's stomach, and can often times cause them to go downhill fast due to diarrhea and vomiting. If feeding is necessary, (life or death) give Pedialyte. Also, be sure to give the fox a nice dark, warm, and quite place to settle. Even at a young age, they can easily become over-stressed which can, in some cases, also lead to death.

Many countries have different laws when it comes to keeping wildlife. In the US, it is illegal to keep animals that are found in the wild. Often times, keeping wild animals leads to their confiscation and heavy fines. If I have any wildlife rehabbers out there, feel free to comment any additional advice. I hope you guys find this at least, a little helpful, I know many of you have nothing but the best intentions!"
#livingwithjuni

Reposted from @juniperfoxx - "What should I do if I find a baby fox in the wild?"

After receiving about 40 different emails this week about people finding young red foxes, I thought making a post to address this would be important.
Baby foxes are referred to as "kits", if you find a fox kit alone it doesn't always mean that they're an orphan. Many times you may be taking a perfectly healthy young fox out of its environment, unknowingly. Mother foxes do leave their young periodically to hunt. If you find a fox kit, it is best to leave it alone unless it is injured or clearly malnourished. If you have the ability to keep an eye on the baby, take some time to see if mom comes back. If there are no signs of a mother for at least 48 hours, the next step is to contact your local wildlife rehabilitator. Which you can find by contacting the department of natural resources or even a quick google search.

If you need to house a kit, here are a few things to keep in mind. Try not to feed the baby, a lot of times by offering the wrong food you can make the situation much worse. Many times people have great intentions, but by offering a non species appropriate diet they often do more damage. Changing from mother's milk to a milk replacement can also be very hard on a baby's stomach and can often times cause them to go downhill fast due to diarrhea and vomiting. If feeding is necessary (life or death) give pedialyte. Also be sure to give the fox a nice dark, warm, and quiet place to settle. Even at a young age they can easily be over stressed which can, in some cases, also lead to death.

Many countries have different laws when it comes to keeping wildlife. In the US it is illegal to keep animals that are found in the wild. Often times keeping wild animals leads to their confiscation and heavy fines. If I have any wildlife rehabbers out there feel free to comment any additional advice. I hope you guys find this at least a little helpful, I know many of you have nothing but the best intentions!

#livingwithjuni #foxes #wildlife #spring #animals #wild #instagood #conservation #rehabilitation #aura #indigo #crystals #love #happiness #bright #pastel #springvibes

regram @juniperfoxx
"What should I do if I find a baby fox in the wild?"

After receiving about 40 different emails this week about people finding young red foxes, I thought making a post to address this would be important.
Baby foxes are referred to as "kits", if you find a fox kit alone it doesn't always mean that they're an orphan. Many times you may be taking a perfectly healthy young fox out of its environment, unknowingly. Mother foxes do leave their young periodically to hunt. If you find a fox kit, it is best to leave it alone unless it is injured or clearly malnourished. If you have to ability to keep an eye on the baby take some time to see if mom comes back. If there are no signs of a mother for at least 48 hours, the next step is to contact your local wildlife rehabilitator. Which you can find by contacting the department of natural resources or even a quick google search.

If you need to house a kit, here are a few things to keep in mind. Try not to feed the baby, a lot of times by offering the wrong food you can make the situation much worse. Many times people have great intentions, but by offering a non species appropriate diet they often do more damage. Changing from mother's milk to a milk replacement can also be very hard on a baby's stomach and can often times cause them to go downhill fast due to diarrhea and vomiting. If feeding is necessary (life or death) give pedialyte. Also be sure to give the fox a nice dark, warm, and quite place to settle. Even at a young age they can easily be over stressed which can, in some cases, also lead to death.

Many countries have different laws when it comes to keeping wildlife. In the US it is illegal to keep animals that are found in the wild. Often times keeping wild animals leads to their confiscation and heavy fines. If I have any wildlife rehabbers out there feel free to comment any additional advice. I hope you guys find this at least a little helpful, I know many of you have nothing but the best intentions!
#livingwithjuni

Universal motherhood Maternal instincts #Repost @jklamlam with @repostapp
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Juniper love @juniperfoxx
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Personality Update: In the wild red foxes only have their young between the months of February through May. This year Juniper's instincts took over and because she was unable to have her own babies, she adopted these two balls as her own. She's been an excellent ball mother and they'll definitely grow up to be strong independent squeaky toys.

I do my best to give Juniper the most natural life I possibly can and I wish I could give her a baby to care for while she's feeling so motherly. Maybe it's time to adopt another
#AreYouMyMother #livingwithjuni

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