Sunday, January 24, 2010

Pet Fox.

Ok. I KNOW I've recently posted that I want a deer as a pet, but I've been thinking about it and a fox would be WAY better. I would still like a deer as a pet, but they get really big and where would I put it? A fox stays small and you can train them just like any domestic dog. Here are some inspiring photos of foxes.


  1. Uhmm... this doesn't seem very wise to me. :/
    I haven't been following your blog at all, but...I was looking up pet fox blogs, and it brought me to this post. Hah.
    And if you want a deer, why not get a muntjack deer? They're tiny, and I'd consider them easier to care for than a fox.
    Have you actually done extensive research on foxes? You know they have strong musk glands, with urine that stenches like a skunk, and they MARK with that urine, all over your house?
    Not to mention, if you have young children, it may not be safe, for either of them...

    There are many other things...Oh, plus , even though it's possible to train them similarly to a domestic dog, it's unlikely as they don't want to serve you at all- they can make good companions, but won't do everything you'd like them too.

    I could go on, but I'm not sure if this'll even post. ...Foxes can make good pets for the right people, but aren't for everyone. Just don't take this lightly if you're going to get one- they require a lot of time and effort, but are lovely creatures. :)
    Have a nice day, and sorry if I was being negative.

  2. Lol, I'm sorry, I didn't realize that that was actually a really old post. :/