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I love traveling, but I hate being away from all of my critters. I've been missing them terribly, but I've been missing you guys too! (I feel like we haven't talked in forever). So just for a little fun and to try to reconnect, I'm going to give away three of our new 2018 calendars! πŸ‘‡πŸΌ Comment below and tell me some things about yourself or your pets! I'll have Juniper help me randomly select three winners on Saturday 9/23. πŸ’• (They're also available for sale on our website linked in our bio if you prefer that route)

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I've been traveling since Friday and last night I couldn't shake the need to talk to my girl. I called my brother who's watching the animals and asked him to put Juniper on the phone. I didn't know I was being recorded, but I can't say I'm mad about it. Listen to her. How cute. ☺️

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I look like a toe, but some things are too sweet not to share πŸ˜©πŸ’•

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Because who doesn't need a blanket with a giant picture of their best friend on it. This is one of the best gifts I've ever received.πŸ’• (Blanket is from @mypetcanva. Link to order you own is in their bio)

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The face you make when you survive Hurricane Irma. πŸ˜… We're all safe, sound, and snuggling here guys. I hope the same for every one else that's been affected!

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Update: Our new pup and Hurricane Irma. πŸ‚ In our last YouTube video I introduced you to our newest member. If you missed that video, this beautiful pile of Pyrenees was left behind at the house we just moved into. His previous owners had quite a few dogs they were attempting to rehome before they moved. To my knowledge they all found homes, but this gentle guy wasn't able to. πŸ‚ I told the prior owners that they could leave him on the farm if they wanted and I would care for him when I moved in. When we arrived a few weeks later, he met us at the gate, with bright eyes and a wagging tail. (He was being fed until we moved in). πŸ‚ I learned that his name is BeΓ±at, but we just call him Benny. You may have noticed that he has been absent in many of our recent videos. This is because he's terrified to come into the house. I've tried quite a few times and he will make it as far as the porch before becoming anxious and turning away. He doesn't seem to have ever had a bath, or been walked on a leash. He's very much a roughed up farm dog. Currently I'm taking my time with him and letting him learn that I'm trust worthy. I will keep you guys updated on his progress. πŸ‚ For those of you asking we did evacuate for the hurricane. We weren't in a high impact area, but I personally do not like to take chances when it comes to the animal's safety. They've all been transported back to my family's home which is much more inland. We are still in Irma's path, but finger's crossed it doesn't get too gnarly here. Be safe out there guys. You're all in our thoughts πŸŒͺ

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Translation: "I would like to enjoy my breakfast without looking at that freckled face thing. Away Beast." #FoxSpeak

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Juniper has never been a fan of my brother's pup, Chewy. When we first introduced them in April we were hopeful that she would love him the way she loves Moose and our family's dog Oliver. 🐢 After introducing Chewy as a puppy we realized that was not the case. She greeted him excitedly, but the excitement soon turned to aggression/wanting to assert her dominance in the house. Since their initial few introductions they have had to be kept separate because of Juniper's unpredictable nature when he's around. 🐢 That was until recently! Since we've moved, my brother has been visiting rather frequently to help with building the foxes new enclosure. It hasn't been feasible to keep Juniper and Chewy separated for such long durations so I began working on "positivity training" with her! 🐢 I started slowly by allowing her to come sniff Chewy while I held him in my lap for his safety. (Chewy can be rather playful and I didn't want him to run up to her causing her to see him as a threat and attack). After this she would only stand him being in her presence for brief durations of time, but in those time frames I began to heavily reward her with treats and positive reinforcement whenever she would show calm body language around Chewy. While foxes and dogs don't exactly have the same body language or vocal queues, Chewy seems to understand that her squeaks mean to stay away. Which has also helped tremendously during this process. 🐢 This has been working wonders and while she still screams at him if he looks at her too long, she doesn't charge or feel threatened in any way by him. In fact, they've actually began being able to both sleep in the same room unsupervised! #livingwithjuni

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Every once in a while life will throw you a gift. My gifts just happen to have fur and fang-toothed grins. πŸ’• #figthefoxx

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If only there were an award for world's cutest couple πŸ₯‡

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"And we'll always be friends, Forever. Won't we?"

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