Dogpile: The Fox

While foxes aren't technically dogs, they're canine enough to merit coverage here at Dogatar. Dogs, especially domesticate dogs, are relatively friendly to people. Whereas foxes...

Brad O'Farrell  |  Feb 9th 2011


While foxes aren’t technically dogs, they’re canine enough to merit coverage here at Dogatar. Dogs, especially domesticate dogs, are relatively friendly to people. Whereas foxes are surprisingly indifferent. Generally speaking a wild fox won’t attack a person (unless it’s rabid) and may react to them with hesitation, fear, or curiosity. Though some effort has been made to domesticate foxes, they generally remain wild, and will always be viewed as the distant cousin to the familiar dog. But at least we can enjoy their beauty and mystique through pictures!






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