Posted April 05, 2019 12:09:54 When a fox is spotted on a Brisbane property, residents can expect a quick, sharp bite.
But how do you know if you’re on the wrong end of a fox bite?
Here’s how to tell whether you’ve had a bite.
First, if you notice a fox on your property, the fox is likely to be in the front yard.
The fox will be trying to get a meal.
If you notice any foxes at the front door, it’s probably in the back yard.
If they’re on your lawn, it may be a fox running around the yard, or if you see them on your balcony, you’re likely to have foxes there.
In most cases, if a fox bites a person, they’re likely not to be injured.
But if they do, they may have an infection or other symptoms.
If the fox bites you, you should seek medical attention immediately.
Symptoms of fox bites include: red, swollen or tender skin