Ever wanted a pet fox? Obviously, it all starts with a good name!
Foxes are extremely opportunistic and will eat anything (like my chickens) they can find! Wild foxes can eat a large variety of different foods, ranging from mushrooms, berries, fruit and, of course, small animals depending on the season. While they seem incapable of domestication at the surface, there are tons of friendly pet foxes that exist, with many garnering huge followings on social media. They require a bit of maintenance, including exercise, space to roam, and finding a specialized veterinarian who can help keep them healthy, but owning foxes as pets is proven to be incredibly rewarding for the right owner and circumstance.
If you are eager to live with a pet fox, check out some of our favorite names!
10 Popular Fox Names
The fox is famous in literature and Disney movies! For popular names, we spent some time researching pop culture for inspiration like 'The Fox and the Hound'.
1. Fantastic Mr. Fox
3. Megan Fox
4. Michael J. Fox
5. Reynard the Fox
8. Silver fox or red fox
10 Hilarious Fox Names
Foxes are adorable with their big ears and cute muzzles. Why not choose a name that makes you laugh every time you hear it?
3. Baby Yoda
10 Famous Fox Names
There are so many famous foxes and we researched ten famous fox names you should add to the list.
1. Fiona the Fox
2. Mrs. Fox
3. Maid Marian - Robin Hood
4. Foxy the Pirate
5. Swiper the Fox
6. Mr. Tod
7. Gideon Grey
9. Gingerbread Man
10 Fennec Fox Names
The fennec fox is adorable and has ears that go on forever! They are tiny and weigh between two and four pounds when fully grown, and their golden and dense coat usually has a black tip -- All of their physical characteristics allow them to adapt to desert conditions. They look so snuggly that you can hardly imagine them in their native environment, the Sahara Desert.
5 Arctic (Silver) Fox Names
Also known as the tame Arctic fox or domesticated fox, silver foxes can be difficult to find are usually very expensive. They are similar to dogs in many ways, according to Animal Hype, such as tail wagging, ear flopping, and barking.
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This article was originally published July 21, 2020.
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