BLACK BEARS sybils den
 
Welcome to Sybil's Den.  This site is meant for information purposes  on raising  pet exotics animals based on my experience.  There are care sheets for black bears, foxes, raccoons, emus, farm animals and domestic animals.   Also please find a very informative message board with a lot of great members.

For some of the species of animals I have or had information on, You will find their photo gallery.
BLACK BEARS

 

MY  FOXES

The foxes below are my foxes.  All three foxes are in the  "Red Fox Family"
They were originated from the red foxes (Vulpes Vulpes)
More information on each fox on their page, along with a photo gallery.
Each fox has it's own photo gallery, which is linked from their own page.

This site  is intended to learn from my experience what it is like owning a fox.
PLEASE NOTE:  I do Not sell fox kits.
 

 
Darla Jean
(Silver Fox)
Daryl Dee
(Marble Fox)
Donnie Dell
(Glazier Fox)

Darla Jean is a Silver fox.. She was born April 2006. Darla  loves the dogs.

When she was a few months old, she was all black.. She looked more like a cat than a fox.

As she got a little older, the silver fur in her came out, her tail got fluffy.

Darla Jean  loves squeaky toys, rag dolls and such..

A silver fox is actually originated from a red fox.

 Silver foxes were first bred in Canada.
 

Daryl Dee is a Marble fox. He was born April 2004. He was quite shy his first year.

Daryl Dee will come to me when he wants to be petted or looking for treats. He does like to be petted once in a while..

He plays well with all the dogs and Larry Lee a raccoon.
 

Daryl Dee's favorite food is eggs and chicken jerky. 

 He always loves chewys, dog bones. pretty much anything a dog will eat.
 

Donnie is a "Glazier fox"   which is a cross of a marble fox and a Pearl fox. He was born in April 2007

A marble fox and pearl fox is in the red fox family.

When Donnie was a kit, he was white with blue. but, as he got older, the blue changed to more of a grey. 

Donnie has a pink nose. His eyes are not the normal brown.
They look like a grey or green.
seems to change a little. It is hard to get a true picture of his eyes for some reason.

 

Please Visit
(Photo Gallery on Darla's Page)
DARLA'S PAGE
Please Visit
(Photo Gallery on Daryl's Page)
DARYL'S  PAGE
Please Visit
(Photo Gallery on Donnie's Page)
DONNIE'S PAGE
 


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