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Even though I might not post as much as I would like to, but, I do check this board a couple or more times a day.
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Please do NOT post bite pictures

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Please do NOT post bite pictures

Postby Ash » Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:15 pm

Please do NOT post bite pictures online unless it is being shared privately with people you trust. It is very dangerous to do this and could ultimately wind up in your animal being confiscated, euthanized, and its head cut off for rabies testing. It's just not worth the risk. You can discuss bites, but please do NOT post pictures.

Not only could this wind up in your fox being killed, but it gives the opposition more to use against us by showing how "dangerous" these animals are.

Remember, most bites come from when an animal is scared. Even dogs and cats will lash out when in pain or afraid. Usually a bite is NOT the animal's fault, but a mistake made by the owner.

The reason I'm thinking of this is because someone on facebook posted a picture of a bite. I just think it's worth another warning for all the new fox owners or wannabe fox owners browsing the forum.
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