This website is for all who love and want to adopt a Fennec Fox and now other foxes! Foxes range from 2-17 pounds on average, and most foxes can be friendly if trained right ... However their wild instincts can make them a handful.They require a great deal of care. They are very playful, especially during youth, and need to be exercised or have an outdoor enclosure. They occasionally imprint, becoming great pets, or become a one-person fox - meaning that a 'babysitter' is not a good idea. For the first few years of their life, almost 24 hour training is needed if you intend to keep them as a pet. This site's goal is to educate about these little guys. Foxes can be one of the most rewarding and intelligent pets out there.
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Also, due to the number of people contacting me and not realizing how big of a responsibility a fox is, I have created a READ ME outline the basics of how different of a lifestyle it is to have a pet fox.
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Please remember that the information contained on this site is simply what has worked for us. It is based off a blend of opinion, experience, and facts. It is your responsibility to find out as much as you possibly can BEFORE you decide to adopt a fox, from a plethora of websites, and compare what you think is best for your individual situation. Don't substitute facts or opinions for common sense; if you animal seems ill, consult a vet over the internet. They are professionals who are trained for your animal. We are not responsible for any misinterpretation of information on this website.