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🌿"Do all foxes wag their tails or did Juniper learn this from Moose?"🌿
Most animals from the Canidae family wag their tails. This includes foxes. Foxes wag their tails in the wild as a form of communication. This doesn't always mean "hey, I'm happy", in the wild it can also be a form of submission, dominance, or even fear.
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Juniper, however is genetically different from wild foxes. Due to her ancestors being bred in captivity for many generations, they began to display more dog-like characteristics. Juniper does in fact wag her tail as a form of happiness. Actually, most tame foxes will wag their tails. This isn't something she picked up from Moose, but a trait that developed after many generations.
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For all of our educational posts click here
👉🏼 #livingwithjuni 👈🏼 If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below 👇🏼.

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 - 🌲Exercise🌲
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.
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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?
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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.
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For all of our educational posts click here
👉🏼 #livingwithjuni 👈🏼 If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below 👇🏼.
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↠ Collar: @allkupets - #regrann

OBSESSED with Juniper! Thanks for finding @megroto ❤️ #repost @juniperfoxx
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"Sleeping Habits"
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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 👇🏼.

#Repost @juniperfoxx with @repostapp.
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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
#foxanatomy

Me getting woke up in the morning or from a nap.
I feel you juniper the Fox.
I feel ya.

@Regrann from @juniperfoxx - 🌿Possession/Aggression🌿
((Listen for fox vocals)). This was a topic I was planning on posting about without video because we normally avoid provoking Juniper into aggressive states. However, we got her a new toy today and she immediately became very possessive of it and started attacking the swiffer sitting next to the couch (which she made a den out of). So I figured this would be he perfect opportunity to show you guys the worst of the worst.
Also guys, I was not poking her with this.. I was trying to get it back from her. The motions you see are me tugging on it and her not letting go/trying to take it into the couch.
Foxes can be extremely possessive over certain toys or food. This is a normal behavior and it's best to just let them be once they're in this state of mind. "There is no real way to train a fox to not be dominant over some items"-livingwithfoxes.weebly.com.
This behavior is why I advised foxes and children are not a good mixture. This is also partly why I advised they are not like cats or dogs. Granted there are always exceptions to every rule. I've seen foxes that may not display aggression toward anything, or foxes that are fine with children. No one should get a fox expecting it to be the exception, this is natural behavior. This is what should be expected. ✨
Note: I am not attempting to encourage anyone to get a fox as a pet, but the reality is that they are sold as pets.I hope that my posts can at least inform of the actuality that is living with such a rambunctious little life and stop the misinformation that will ultimately lead to foxes being the next novelty pet
#livingwithjuni #juniperexposed #Regrann

@Regrann from @juniperfoxx - 🌿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. 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.✨
#livingwithjuni #Regrann

This babe melts my heart 🦊@juniperfoxx looks beautiful with the Gold Gypsy Goddess Mandala ✨
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🌿Namaste 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

Oh this is sweet ❤❤
Animals have feelings
@Regrann from @jklamlam - Fur belongs on beautiful animals ❤️ @juniperfoxx
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🌲Floof: 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 )
#livingwithjuni - #regrann @manonchntl @blackjaguarwhitetiger @ayrtonmexicofan @galiisraely.dan #blackjaguarwhitetiger

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#Repost @juniperfoxx with @repostapp
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🌿"Do all foxes wag their tails or did Juniper learn this from Moose?"🌿
Most animals from the Canidae family wag their tails. This includes foxes. Foxes wag their tails in the wild as a form of communication. This doesn't always mean "hey, I'm happy", in the wild it can also be a form of submission, dominance, or even fear.
🌿
Juniper, however is genetically different from wild foxes. Due to her ancestors being bred in captivity for many generations, they began to display more dog-like characteristics. Juniper does in fact wag her tail as a form of happiness. Actually, most tame foxes will wag their tails. This isn't something she picked up from Moose, but a trait that developed after many generations.
🌿
For all of our educational posts click here
👉🏼 #livingwithjuni 👈🏼 If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below 👇🏼.

🌿"Do all foxes wag their tails or did Juniper learn this from Moose?"🌿
Most animals from the Canidae family wag their tails. This includes foxes. Foxes wag their tails in the wild as a form of communication. This doesn't always mean "hey, I'm happy", in the wild it can also be a form of submission, dominance, or even fear.
🌿
Juniper, however is genetically different from wild foxes. Due to her ancestors being bred in captivity for many generations, they began to display more dog-like characteristics. Juniper does in fact wag her tail as a form of happiness. Actually, most tame foxes will wag their tails. This isn't something she picked up from Moose, but a trait that developed after many generations.
🌿
For all of our educational posts click here
👉🏼 #livingwithjuni 👈🏼 If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below 👇🏼.

Инстаграмы могут быть не только про вкусные завтраки и захватывающие путешествия😏. Сегодня расскажем о лисе Джунипер🦊, которая живет в доме со своей хозяйкой Джессикой и ее псом🐕. В аккаунте @juniperfoxx Джессика не просто показывает милые фотографии лисы, а еще и рассказывает, как же это трудно - жить с лисой, и лучше миллион раз подумать, а потом еще миллион, прежде чем вы решитесь жить с диким животным☝🏻. Всеми подробностями Джессика делится по хэштегу #livingwithjuni. Очень интересно читать о том, с чем человек столкнулся на практике, и лису заводить теперь как-то совсем не хочется😬. #периодика_исследует

#Repost @juniperfoxx with @repostapp
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🌿This is the time of the year where I get the most inquiries about others wanting to purchase/adopt a fox as a pet, because of that I will occasionally be reposting older "living with Juni" posts. Explaining why foxes do not make good pets and that just because there are people selling them doesn't mean they should be "pets". This video is around a year old and while aggression is less of an issue these days, resource guarding is still in her nature, as is the case with all foxes🌿
"((Listen for fox vocals)). This was a topic I was planning on posting about without video because we normally avoid provoking Juniper into aggressive states. However, we got her a new toy today and she immediately became very possessive of it and started attacking the swiffer sitting next to the couch (which she made a den out of). So I figured this would be he perfect opportunity to show you guys the less appealing aspects of living with a fox. Also just a disclaimer, I was not poking her with this.. I was trying to get it back from her.The motions you see are me tugging on it and her not letting go/trying to take it into the couch.
🌿
Foxes can be extremely possessive over certain toys or food. This is a normal behavior referred to as resource guarding and it's best to just let them be once they're in this state of mind. This behavior is partly why I advised they are not like cats or dogs. This is natural behavior. This is what should be expected.
Bites do happen and in the case of nature versus nurture, nature will always peep through."
For all of our informational posts click here #livingwithjuni 👈🏼. #küh9

Rp @juniperfoxx 🌲Exercise🌲
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
👉🏼 #livingwithjuni 👈🏼 If you have a question you'd like to have answered next week comment below 👇🏼.
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↠ Collar: @allkupets

#Repost from @juniperfoxx with @_repostr - 🌲Floof: 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 )
#livingwithjuni -

Oh this is sweet ❤❤
Animals have feelings
@Regrann from @jklamlam - Fur belongs on beautiful animals ❤️ @juniperfoxx
・・・
🌲Floof: Maximum level achieved🌲
.
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 )
#livingwithjuni - #regrann @manonchntl @blackjaguarwhitetiger @ayrtonmexicofan @galiisraely.dan #blackjaguarwhitetiger

#Fur is for #animals 💋 not department stores #vegans #crueltyfree
This #baby is everything #foxes for life
@Regrann_App from @juniperfoxx - 🌲Floof: 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 )
#livingwithjuni - #regrann

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