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Разбавим ваши новостные ленты фотографиями ребят, приносящих каждый день радость!🦊🐶🐱
▪️Знакомьтесь @juniperfoxx Джунипер🦊
Её лучшие друзья — это хозяйка Джессика и пёс Moose. Её «мама» Джессика часто публикует фотографии с рассказом о том, почему заводить лису — очень плохая идея и огромная ответственность. А по хэштегу #livingwithjuni можно найти истории о том, каково это жить с Джунипер, и ответы на любые интересующие вопросы.
▪️Это @sukiicat, кошка из Канады породы бенгал, которая вместе со своей хозяйкой  путешествует по Британской Колумбии и Альберте, исследует леса и горную местность и не боится покорять новые вершины. 🐱
▪️Если вы еще не знакомы с самым очаровательным и фотогеничным той-пуделем на земле Cookie, то скорее подписывайтесь на instagram-аккаунт @ps.ny 🐶
▪️ Этом малыш @jeremyveach любит отдыхать, дурачиться, гулять в саду, или же, для разнообразия, прокатиться с ветерком на машине. В общем, живет вполне припеваюче вместе с хозяином Джереми в Сиэтле🙌🏼
▪️Этот instagram @pumpkintheraccoon енота по имени Тыковка! Может показаться, что её жизнь — это сказка: жизнь на Гавайях🏖, личный бассейн, мягкая постель, свежие фрукты каждый день🍌🍉🥑, а рядом только верные друзья. Но нет, всё так и есть на самом деле, малышке повезло! В один прекрасный день ее спасли и теперь она окружена заботой и любовью.
▪️ Ещё один любимчик @theobonaparte !Вас уж точно не оставят равнодушными девизы этого умилительного и коренастого малыша: «ALWAYS be yourself, unless you can be a BATMAN. Then ALWAYS be a BATMAN»!☝🏼
▪️ Где еще вы встречали ежика путешественника, который чувствует себя комфортно в любой ситуации? И в кружке, и в кондитерской и в кухонном отделе супермаркета, и даже если он — рожок мороженого!? Обязательно загляните  к нему в гости @lionelthehog 👌🏽
▪️Разве здесь нужны какие-то слова @bearcoat_tonkey ?Я никогда не думала, что instagram собак породы шарпей сможет вызывать столько нежности! Но эти светлые голубые глаза, невинный взгляд и толстые необъятные щеки❤️.
😛Комочек мягкости, пушистости и нежности вам в ленты в обязательном порядке!😍

@Regranned from @juniperfoxx - Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇🏼
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇🏼
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇🏼
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇🏼
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇🏼
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇🏼
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇🏼
I've run out of room, but for more information click here 👉🏼#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage.wilderness.liberatethemfront - #regrann

Repost By @juniperfoxx: Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇🏼
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇🏼
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇🏼
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇🏼
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇🏼
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇🏼
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇🏼
I've run out of room, but for more information click here 👉🏼#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage. (via #EasyRepost @AppKottage)

Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇🏼
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇🏼
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇🏼
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇🏼
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇🏼
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇🏼
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇🏼
I've run out of room, but for more information click here 👉🏼#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage.
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@Regranned from @juniperfoxx because it is important! 👇
Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇
I've run out of room, but for more info click here 👉#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage. - #regrann

Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇🏼
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇🏼
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇🏼
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇🏼
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇🏼
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇🏼
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇🏼
I've run out of room, but for more information click here 👉🏼#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage.
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Yesterday someone sent me a sponsored post that was pretty disturbing. Scroll right to see an ad for a company selling foxes as "the perfect pet". At first I thought this was a scam but after going to their website and seeing it was set up to take card information I was sorely mistaken.
👇🏼
Quite a few people live with foxes as part of their family. Those people can attest that they do not make a perfect "pet" and it isn't really fair to even call them a pet since they still have such an inherently wild nature. These animals require extensive attention and socialization and are vastly different from owning a dog or a cat. As well as the fact that in the US (where this company is from) they require a permit/license in almost every state. IF the state allows them at all. Many do not. This ad states that if you can own a dog. You can own a fox. And here is why that is wrong.
👇🏼
Foxes smell horrible. You can smell Juniper the moment you pull into my drive way. Their urine and feces smell like skunk mixed with ammonia. There is no way to “de-scent” a fox.
👇🏼
Foxes can't just be kept in your back yard. Or in your home 24/7. They need their own space to be able to act on their natural behaviors like digging. Which they do a lot of. (View our Instagram story) This still happens in our home even though they have an enclosure. They are generally highly destructive, because of their high energy.
👇🏼
Foxes need a special diet and must be fed some raw meats and bone content. They also need taurine, or they can go blind, suffer from seizures, and even die. Simply giving them dog or cat food will not do.
👇🏼
Foxes are illegal to own in many areas. Just because they are legal in your state, does not mean the same is true for your city. Legality depends on permit regulations. You do need a permit.
👇🏼
Foxes pee on things they think is theirs. This is a marking behavior and nearly impossible to break them of.
👇🏼
I've run out of room, but for more information click here 👉🏼#livingwithjuni (it's best to start from the bottom) Be sure to view our Instagram story for a little destructive footage.

RepostBy @juniperfoxx: "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" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)

#Repost @vswolf
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#Repost @veganicecream4life
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RepostBy @juniperfoxx: "WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
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Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
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This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
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As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
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If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)

#Repost @veganicecream4life
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RepostBy @juniperfoxx: "WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
👀
Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
👀
This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
👀
As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
👀
If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)

RepostBy @juniperfoxx: "WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
👀
Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
👀
This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
👀
As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
👀
If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx" (via #InstaRepost @EasyRepost)

Please don't support FUR they just want to live and love like you and Not be killed, put on a Jacket so you can look foolish.
@Regranned from @juniperfoxx - Does anyone else just have those days where you do nothing, but cuddle?
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Update:Fig has started to become much more comfortable in the house. Juniper constantly reassures him that there's nothing to be afraid of. She's still taking her mothering roll seriously and I've seen a drastic change in her personality since Fig arrived. Has anyone else noticed how calm and affectionate she's become over the last few months?
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Figs personality could not be more opposite from Juniper's. He's very lazy and laid back, almost nothing seems to phase him. His favorite thing to do is sleep and if he's not sleeping he's busy lounging. He's not possessive of toys or food. He loves being kissed and held. He doesn't bite or nip at all and when Juniper was his age she was a heathen. Because of his gentle nature, I'm hoping that we will be able to do educational programs with him in the future. Which means you guys would have the opportunity to meet Fig and learn more about Ranched foxes, animal orthotics, and the fur industry! (Juniper and her spit-fire personality make her unpredictable and she can't always be trusted around new people. She would probably still accompany us to these programs, but she would not be able to be handled by others.)
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I would like to personally thank everyone who has donated or purchased an item from us to help us raise money for Figs new foot. We're very close to meeting our goal and I cannot wait to share the rest of this journey with all of you!
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If you have a question comment below! For more information about foxes click here 👉🏼 #livingwithjuni or click here for all of Fig's updates #FigTheFoxx 👈🏼 - #regrann
#fuckfur #truthaboutfur #saveanimals #savetheplanet #loveanimals #vegan #veganaf

WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
👀
Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
👀
This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
👀
As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
👀
If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx

@Regranned from @juniperfoxx - WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
👀
Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
👀
This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
👀
As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
👀
If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx - #regrann

WHERE HAS FIG BEEN?!
👀
Lately I've been getting floods of comments and DM's asking about Fig. "Where is Fig?" "Why don't we see Juniper and Fig together anymore?". I have posted about Fig a few times in the last few months, but it may have been missed because.. he's not a baby anymore 😭, in fact, he's bigger than Juniper now. And check out that coat?! I was told he was a fire an ice morph when I adopted him, but he has turned much more orange than expected. So, while I have been posting Fig he may have been mistaken for Juniper!
👀
This time of the year red foxes begin to experience hormone changes. This is also the time of year when parents will begin to stop treating their now "adult" youngsters from the previous spring like babies. Juniper and Fig are currently working through these hormones and I will make a more detailed post on that later next week! This transition is why they haven't been posted together very often (and because they never sit still together).
👀
As for Fig's new foot, that is still in the works. Our vet advised waiting a few more months since he is still rapidly growing, he will be casted for his prosthetic while he is under anesthesia when getting neutered in just a few weeks!
👀
If you have a question you'd like answered in our next posts. Comment below! For more information on red foxes visit our website juniperfoxx.com or check out our hashtag #livingwithjuni #FigtheFoxx

i) This is a fox 🦊 that wants some food. ii) Also this is an extremely beautiful fox. iii) There a lot of foxes right where this one came from! .
Yep, we have gotten to the so called “fox village” where you can have a stroll among dozens of semi-wild foxes 🦊 for $10 and pet one for another $5 (best deal ever if you ask very much biased me) they are literally everywhere 😍 as it frequently happens the logistics is shit: train + walk/taxi + bus, but it is so much worth it 🦊☺️🦊 .
#traveljapan #traveltokyo #travelblog #travelblogger #travelphotography #crazyjapan #travelasia #foxvillage #fox #foxes #adorable

Foxy, Juniper is making no bones about not liking when her canine cousin visits. 😂💗 Full story below 👇👇👇 #Repost @juniperfoxx
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Juniper has never been a fan of my brother's pup, Chewy. When we first introduced them in April we were hopeful that she would love him the way she loves Moose and our family's dog Oliver.
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After introducing Chewy as a puppy we realized that was not the case. She greeted him excitedly, but the excitement soon turned to aggression/wanting to assert her dominance in the house. Since their initial few introductions they have had to be kept separate because of Juniper's unpredictable nature when he's around.
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That was until recently! Since we've moved, my brother has been visiting rather frequently to help with building the foxes new enclosure. It hasn't been feasible to keep Juniper and Chewy separated for such long durations so I began working on "positivity training" with her!
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I started slowly by allowing her to come sniff Chewy while I held him in my lap for his safety. (Chewy can be rather playful and I didn't want him to run up to her causing her to see him as a threat and attack). After this she would only stand him being in her presence for brief durations of time, but in those time frames I began to heavily reward her with treats and positive reinforcement whenever she would show calm body language around Chewy. While foxes and dogs don't exactly have the same body language or vocal queues, Chewy seems to understand that her squeaks mean to stay away. Which has also helped tremendously during this process.

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Juniper has never been a fan of my brother's pup, Chewy. When we first introduced them in April we were hopeful that she would love him the way she loves Moose and our family's dog Oliver.
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After introducing Chewy as a puppy we realized that was not the case. She greeted him excitedly, but the excitement soon turned to aggression/wanting to assert her dominance in the house. Since their initial few introductions they have had to be kept separate because of Juniper's unpredictable nature when he's around.
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That was until recently! Since we've moved, my brother has been visiting rather frequently to help with building the foxes new enclosure. It hasn't been feasible to keep Juniper and Chewy separated for such long durations so I began working on "positivity training" with her!
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I started slowly by allowing her to come sniff Chewy while I held him in my lap for his safety. (Chewy can be rather playful and I didn't want him to run up to her causing her to see him as a threat and attack). After this she would only stand him being in her presence for brief durations of time, but in those time frames I began to heavily reward her with treats and positive reinforcement whenever she would show calm body language around Chewy. While foxes and dogs don't exactly have the same body language or vocal queues, Chewy seems to understand that her squeaks mean to stay away. Which has also helped tremendously during this process.
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This has been working wonders and while she still screams at him if he looks at her too long, she doesn't charge or feel threatened in any way by him. In fact, they've actually began being able to both sleep in the same room unsupervised!
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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.
ЛИСА ,не имеющая возможность иметь детёнышей,приняла мячики за своих детей.Материнский инстинкт иногда больше развит у зверей,чем у людей😱❤️😇
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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 😭
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