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December 17, 2013 at 8:00 AMComments: 2 Faves: 0

A Dog and a Fox, Friends?

By Victoria Swanson More Blogs by This AuthorFrom the Paws & Awws Blog Series

Disney has nothing on this real life The Fox and the Hound story! Or maybe they do?


In Norway, a Shepherd dog has made friends with a wild fox. Yes, you heard me correctly. This unlikely duo is inseparable and are often found romping, racing, playing, and even sleeping together.

Tinni, a Shepherd dog, and his pet-parent Torgeir Berge, live in the wilderness of Norway. One day, while out exploring, the Shepherd's pet-parent witnessed the interaction Tinni had with the wild fox and instead of intervening, he picked up his camera and started taking pictures of the two frolicking together. He has dubbed the fox with the nickname of "Sniffer," and is currently working on writing a children's book about this unique friendship.

The pair continues to seek each other out in the wilderness to spend time with each other.

How would you have handled the situation if your dog encountered a wild fox?


Sources:

Twenty Two Words - Real Life Fox and the Hound

Philly - Tinni the Dog, and Sniffer the Fox

Photo Credits:

Torgeir Berge

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2 Comments

  • gave my cats some catnip and they usually roll all over it and then they eat it, but this time they smelled it and started to complain ,, they seem very anxious and began to shake their heads and rub their ears and heads complaining and whining while holding their heads with their paws. I have never seen them react this way. the catnip we gave them was fresh, did they just get too high or what

  • Hi Rick~

    I am not sure, maybe it was too much for them to handle. Did you try a different brand than you normally use with them? Maybe try again next time with a very small amount and see how they react. If they react the same, I would try a different brand.

    I hope that helps.

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