I believe that the foxes circle their berrow when they poo in order to keep potential predators away.
Because foxes are predators, they use this method to keep away potential predators such as birds, raccoons, and wolves. Foxes also use their berrow to store food and to hide from predators.
When foxes want to mark their territory, they will do so with either urine or a secretion from their anal glands. Urine marking only accounts for around 12% of their urinating behavior. See also Why does my rabbit poop on my bed?
Sometimes, foxes will also smear a secretion from their anal glands all over their territory. This secretion is called scent marking and it is used to communicate to other foxes their dominance over the area. Scent marking is most commonly seen during the breeding season when the foxes are trying to mark their territories as part of their mating rituals. See also Why does my puppy poop right after eating?
Tomato ketchup is sais to get rid of the stink. I've never tried it so I don't really know. See also Why does my kitten meow when he poops?
Also, according to Wikihow, tomato ketchup can also be used to clean surfaces. Simply mix a tablespoon of the ketchup with a gallon of water and spray the surface. See also Why is my kitten leaking poop?
I recently read an article about a dog who rolled in fox poo and the owner's struggle to get rid of the stink. The dog had to take three baths and half a lemon was used in an attempt to remove the smell. It was an interesting read and I thought I would share it with you. See also Why does my kitten meow when she poops?
Since this story was published, people have been chiming in with their own experiences with dogs and foxes. Here are a few of the most popular responses: "My dog did the same thing and I had to take her to the vet to get her de-wormed. It cost me $60!" "My dog also did this, and we had to take her to the vet to get her treated for worms. It was a lot of money, and it was really inconvenient." "My dog also did this, and we used vinegar to get the smell out. It took a few baths, but it was worth it."
If you don't wash your hands after coming into contact with a contaminated object, you could end up with a viral infection like rotavirus. This virus can cause your poop to smell foul.
When you get rotavirus, your intestines get infected. This can make you very sick, and sometimes can lead to death. Rotavirus is very common in young children, and is also common in people who are sick or have a weakened immune system. You can get rotavirus from touching something that has the virus on it, from eating something that has the virus in it, or from coming into contact with the poop of someone who has the virus.
The musk that foxes use to mark their territories can be seen as actual drops when they eject it. The smell can be quite strong and difficult to get rid of.
When a fox detects another animal in its territory, it will typically mark the area with a musk secretion. This secretion, which is a mix of urine, saliva, and other secretions, is highly pungent and often leaves an unpleasant smell in the air. The scent can be detected up to a kilometer away, and the fox will continue to release the scent until the intruder leaves the area.
The smell of fox urine is very strong and hard to clean, and it can last for weeks. Foxes have glands in their body that produce a musky smell. One gland, located at the base of the tail, is called the violet gland.
Also, foxes are notorious for their ability to climb trees. They use their long tails to help them balance and to grip the tree branches. Foxes can also jump very high, which can help them escape danger.
Foxes are known to be omnivores, which means they will eat both plant and meat based foods. Consequently, their poop often contains a strong smell.
Also, foxes are known to be quick and agile creatures, which means they are good at escaping danger. This is why their poop often has a lot of seeds and small objects in it.
Fox poo smells bad because of the things foxes eat. Their diet consists of a lot of small animals and bugs, which can cause an unpleasant smell. Additionally, foxes often defecate in their dens, which can also make the smell stronger.
Eventually, the smell of fox poo will attract predators, like hawks, which can lead to the fox being killed. This is why it's important for foxes to live in groups so that their poo won't attract attention, and to clean up their messes as soon as possible.
If you notice that your stool is light in color, it could be a sign of malabsorption, which means that your body is not properly absorbing fats. This can cause a foul smell, similar to that of rotten food.
Sometimes, stool can also be watery or have a clay-like consistency. If you have diarrhea, you may also notice that the stool is bloody. If you have difficulty swallowing, your stool may also be difficult to pass.