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.
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