• BillyHW

    He’s saying Trump, Trump, Trump.

  • Brett_McS

    I didn’t know they made that noise. I thought it would have something more mellifluous, like that of the fox in Narnia.

    I’ve heard that a lone coyote will do that with a dog – invite it to play – and lead it to where the coyote pack is waiting.

  • mauser 98

    want to play?

  • ntt1

    The fox doesn’t vocalize much except when he is looking to mate, those little yells are mating behavior. the dog was probably in heat

  • One day there was a fox walking around in our driveway with no apparent fear of humans. I got the shotgun, because that’s a sign of rabies. I had the gun up, bead on target, when someone said, “What’s that around his neck?” It was a red bandanna, blended in with the fur and hard to see. We realized it was someone’s pet – turns out it was the neighbor’s daughter’s “dog” that she has a special license to own. You’d think they’d have the sense to alert people in the area they had a fox as a pet. Another second or two and it would have been a pelt. Idiot redneck hillbillies.

    • Justin St.Denis

      It may have been that Japanese dog breed (the name escapes) which look alarmingly like foxes. I’ve a friend in North Vancouver with one such dog. A beautiful and intelligent creature, it nonetheless does look frighteningly close to a genuine fox.