5. Silver Fox – Like the Marble Fox they are part of the Red Fox species. And sadly again their fur is what is valued most by a certain minority. Read more at http://emgn.com/entertainment/7-of-the-most-beautiful-fox-breeds-youve-ever-seen/5/#rwf5XQFD42lTuJSw.99
A research group in russia spent the last 20-30 years breeding foxes to remove the wild genes and make purely domestic foxes. To fund their continuing research, they are selling these foxes as house pets.
Border Terrier - It's hard to go wrong with a breed that was the favorite of James Herriot. Developed in northern England, the Border Terrier was used to hunt foxes that preyed on farmers' livestock. It became a favorite hunt terrier, working with packs of Border Foxhounds.
DOGS: This agile and hardworking breed resembles a fox in many ways. The "Finnish Spitz" features erect ears, a dense coat, and a bushy tail, appearing in a range of colors from pale honey to deep auburn. http://www.dunway.com