Canadian Marble Fox:

Canadian Marble Fox is actually not a naturally occurring species. They’re the result of breeding the red and silver foxes together purposefully by humans.

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History & Origin

– According to the Fur Commission USA, “the first marble fox was born on a farm owned by Sverre Omber in Norway in 1945.” – Some researchers say that this breed was a result of a genetic mutation between arctic foxes and red foxes. – Due to this, a unique color phase developed, which is non-natural that looks like marble shades. – Nowadays many breeders breed this animal for the fur trade. This is really heartbreaking!


- They have thick, gorgeous, coveted fur, which makes them look as cute as cats. - These foxes have a white fur or coat with delicate streaks of gray, black, or tan that is artistically woven throughout. - These foxes have a white fur or coat with delicate streaks of gray, black, or tan that are artistically woven throughout. - There are also symmetrical dark markings on their eyebrows and eyes

Height & Weight

Weight – Male: 6 – 21 pounds; – Female: 3 – 8 pounds Height – Male: 18 – 27 inches; – Female: 18 – 20 inches


– Stubborn; that’s why it is hard to train them. – Destructive. – Need plenty of attention. – Sometimes they get aggressive. – Get along with dogs and cats. Sometimes they also fear humans, so it is advised to adopt them in the early stages and give them enough time to socialize.

Exercise & Training

– If you have a baby fox under 6 months of age, you should socialize him with humans as much as possible. This way, they can easily get over the fear of humans. – Talk to your fox so they get familiar with your voice and learn voice commands. – If you have an adult fox, spend more time with them. Sit or lay with them, so they know your presence and be comfortable. – Just like other pets, dogs and cats, you can also use tats to train them.

Food and Diet

- Give them grain-free kibbles, meat, vegetables, or fruits.  - Only feed them twice a day or as per the instructions given by the vet. What NOT to feed a Canadian Marble Fox:  – Sweet foods – Rats or mice. – Raw meat

Cleaning and Grooming

– Use a mixture of water and vinegar and spray it all over their cage. – You can also include some dish soap in the solution to remove the odor. – After the cage dries, put a newspaper and a thin litter. – You can also use a combination of baking soda and vinegar to remove the stains on the cage or floor. – Try to clean your fox’s cage twice a week.

Fun Facts About  Canadian Marble Fox

– The newborns or the baby foxes are called Kits. – Marble Foxes love to eat red meat, poultry, veggies, fruits, and some dog foods. – These foxes are found mostly in private residences of polar regions such as Canada. – They can run as fast as any other fox species, around 28 mph (45 kph). – The Canadian marble fox has high-quality fur.

Health Problems

– Bovine Tuberculosis – Leishmaniasis – Darling’s Disease