• Fox Control in London 15 April 2018 | View comments

  • Given the opportunity, foxes will kill small livestock and domestic pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens and ducks.

    Unlike many predators, foxes have the habit of killing more than they need to eat immediately.

    Foxes that kill may subsequently return at a later date in search for uneaten corpses.

    Foxes are unlikely to be a danger to aduly dogs and cats; although occasionally, reports of foxes attacking or fighting with cats or small dogs can be fatal given the foxes set of long, pointed sharp teeth.

    Domestic pets that may come into contact with foxes are also at risk of picking up fleas, ticks or mange causing mites.


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