Posted October 02, 2018 09:15:48If you’re having trouble getting a fox out of your house or home, don ‘t freak out.
A Queensland veterinarian has given a medical advice to people who are having trouble breathing and are worried about getting foxes in their home.
It’s the same advice you’d give to anyone in the emergency room, says Dr James White, of the Queensland Animal Health Authority.
Dr White says he has had foxes bite his dogs, cats and even rabbits.
He said if you get a fox in your house, do what you can to keep it away.
“Try and get it out of the house as quickly as possible, keep the doors locked and don’t move the furniture around the house.”
If you can’t get the fox out, try and get rid of the fox.
You can always kill it yourself, but it’s a bit risky, so if you can get rid and make it move away, that’s the safest option,” he said.
Dr James White says if you’re in a fox attack, you should try to get the animal out of there.”
Make sure that the door is locked and the windows are closed and you can go and put the animal under the bed and put a small tarp on top of it,” he says.”
But you should get rid as quickly and as thoroughly as possible.
“It is recommended that people use the following steps to avoid a fox: