here is the thing some people don't think about.
1. getting vaccinated don't help if the fox would bite someone. since the vaccines are not proven to work.
in other words, state or anyone will not take in consideration the animal was vaccinated.
2. if a fox is kept in your house and a safe enclosure, chances are very very slim they will contact rabies.
the only way for an animal or people to get rabies if they were bitten by a rabid animal. unlike a dog (where a dog or most dogs run free on the property, obviously, there is a better chance for a dog to contact rabies.
I have talked with my vet many times about worming and vaccinations. (even the game comm)
my vet use to treat zoo animals. so , he is pretty up on exotics.
if anyone still wants to vaccinate their foxes, here is the one that are needed:
Canine Distemper: no safe vaccine known. A new recombinant vaccine RecombitekC-4(Rhone-Merieux) has recently beome avaliable and has been tried in foxes and has now been shown to be safe in foxes on the Cataline Islands in CA, and may be effective.
Rabies: Rabvac-3 or lmrab-3 both by solvay.
Canine Distemper: no safe vaccine known.
Rabies: RAbvac-3 both by solvay.
Canine Distemper: Duramun 6way (ft Dodge_
Rabies: Rabvac-3, both by Solvay.
this is the info the vet gave me.