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Old 07-10-2012, 09:56 PM   #51 
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I used to really want one, until I start researching more. Seems like they are pretty loud and can be too high energetic. I probably won't be able to provide a big enough space for them to be happy :\ I'll just stay with my adorable eskimo dog & enjoy pic of fennec fox on internet :)
Is she chewing her paw? O.o
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:08 PM   #52 
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Is she chewing her paw? O.o
yea she used to do that when she is little, she stopped, now she just lays around and smiles at you looking like a very cute carpet

@Olympia: yep, learned my lesson before to always research before buying something exotic or any pets :) always better this way so there'll be no bad surprises

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Old 07-10-2012, 10:09 PM   #53 
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Lol, Shiloh has allergies and bites his paws ALL the time
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I would, if it weren't for the fact that they are LOOUDD!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Su3ovMsFXMg If you can devote the time to properly care for one and don't mind the high pitched screeching, then go for it!
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I prefer dogs to foxes. As for being a wild animal who can bite, I'd be more wary of a large cockatoo then a small fox. When a large cockatoo is out to hurt you you will be going to the ER to get stitches.
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:24 PM   #56 
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I live next to a chihuahua. Sounds like her
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:34 PM   #57 
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I prefer dogs to foxes. As for being a wild animal who can bite, I'd be more wary of a large cockatoo then a small fox. When a large cockatoo is out to hurt you you will be going to the ER to get stitches.
I'd honestly rather own a fox than a dog lol I'm not a big dog person.
I can't even imagine how much a bite from a large parrot must hurt. Talk about taking a huge chunk out of your arm. In the slim chance a fox bites you, it's kind of like your cat biting you; can draw blood and it will hurt, but you won't be missing parts of limbs lol
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:52 PM   #58 
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I'd honestly rather own a fox than a dog lol I'm not a big dog person.
I can't even imagine how much a bite from a large parrot must hurt. Talk about taking a huge chunk out of your arm. In the slim chance a fox bites you, it's kind of like your cat biting you; can draw blood and it will hurt, but you won't be missing parts of limbs lol
That's funny you say that, I would totally like to have a wold XD I know a acquaintance who owns a timber wolf who is so sweet, although I'f rather have beautiful a wolf dog then deal with all the paper work of a full wolf.

I'm such a bird crazy person XD I often manage to fit birds in somewhere lol

unless they manage to take a finger off they usually just tear your skin and not take a chunk out :) It's so awesome too when you finally get their trust and they have yours so you can do things like this. I can do that with my galah cockatoo but she is way smaller.
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:55 PM   #59 
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It's staring at me
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I'm getting a chihuahua, the next best thing!
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