How cute is this video of @comoandthecity receiving their painting Juniper made for them? I always love seeing how excited all of your pets are when they arrive. Sniff away little cuties! #snagglenation#PabloPifoxso
"I spy with my little eye, a girlie I can get 'cause she don't get too many likes, a curly-headed cutie I can turn into my wife. Wait that means forever, ever, hold up, never mind"-Moose (aka Kyle) #UnwillinglyDating#PoorMoose
NEW eco friendly fox runs fully off of friction. Just listen to that engine purr. (Volume up)
Just a disclaimer: Juniper is in her full winter coat and not obese. While this may sound like purring foxes actually do not purr, this is actually and excited growling noise that resembles a purr
Juniper busted a pillow full of beads months ago and we thought we had gotten all of the little styrofoam balls up. Turns out we didn't and they've just slowly been collecting on Olive. #ThinkerQuicker#PickerUpper
Now through Thursday Paintings will be 15% off with the code 'HappiestFox'
We truly love making these for you guys and I hope this helps you all to get the chance to have one of you own.
(Please remember to be mindful of shipping times as we never force Juniper to paint. Link to order is listed in our bio) #PabloPifoxso
Sugar gliders have very special dietary needs consisting of a variety of food types. Petunia and Peach are currently on the TPG diet, which is a mixture of unsweetened all natural yogurt. Organic orange juice. Unsweetened organic applesauce. Flax seed. Thin slices of poached chicken. And small bits of strawberries, orange, blueberries, apples, green beans, sweet potatoes, carrots, and squash. Topped off with a vitamin and calcium supplement. All frozen into cubes and thawed out for dinner each night.
When Peach came to us she had scores of issues due to improper diet. It caused her fur to be more yellow than cream, which is referred to as "staining". She also suffered from growth issues in both of her back legs after not receiving enough calcium. This causes her to have bowed back legs and while it doesn't currently inhibit her, it may cause her to have joint problems later in life. (Much later, sugar gliders can actually live 8-15 years in captivity.)