What Exotic Pets Would You Like to Have?

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Some people are extremely happy having a furry friend wait for them when they get back from work. Whether it is a cat or a dog, a pet is a great way to get rid of the daily stress. They are affectionate and funny and you can’t help but get attached to them. However if you have an eccentric personality and you are looking for a pet that is sophisticated enough to match your style than we definitely recommend an exotic pet. Although dogs and cats are more human friendly, if you give them proper attention all animals can be lovable. Therefore don’t think that an iguana will not be happy to see you return from work. It may be less energetic than a dog but it will show its affection in its own way. So give that list of dog breeds a break and check out some more exciting companions. Today we are going to discuss about some of the most popular exotic pets in order to help you make the best choice.

The important thing that you need to understand about exotic animals is that they are not to be treated as trophies. A lot of people make this mistakes especially when it comes to amphibians and reptiles. All pets require a lot of attention. You need to train them and tend to their needs on a regular basis. The Chelonian family includes both turtles and tortoises. Most such animals are low maintenance as they are very resilient and have a very long life span. However, certain species can have more sophisticated needs. Before acquiring any exotic pet, make sure that you do a lot of research about its eating habits as well as the possible dangers that owning it can pose. Furthermore, each country has different laws when it comes to exotic animals. If you like turtles you might also enjoy chameleons, dragons, geckos, monitors, skunks, snakes, boas, pythons and so on. Some species may require special training before taking them home. Furthermore you must make sure that your home can offer proper living conditions for them as some may grow up to be quite large. Last but not least some large snakes such as boas should be handled in the presence of another person. Although they are usually pretty docile they may unwillingly inflict serious injuries.

If you are looking for some furrier exotic animal companions we have some excellent suggestions for you. The Fennec Fox is an excellent pet as it is very playful and it kinda resembles a chihuahua. A ferret is also a great choice as they are extremely lovable. If you want to have a special connection with a pet than you should definitely choose a Wallaby. They resemble kangaroos but are a lot smaller. In order to bound with them owners should keep them in a pouch sling during their childhood. However keep in mind that this is an outdoor animal and should only be purchased if you own and outdoor domestic environment. There are also a number of exotic pets that have a nocturnal lifestyle such as the Spotted Genet, Sugar Glider, Leopard Gecko, the African Spiny Mice and so on. These type of animals usually require a companion especially since you can’t give them attention during the time when they are active.

Last but not least small and medium sized felines are also very popular when it comes to exotic pets. The African Servals, the Savannah cats or the Bobcats are very adorable but they can pose a certain risk to the owner. For example despite the Bobcat’s small figure, it can hunt large prey therefore make sure that you take some training courses before taking home such a pet. It may look like a cat but it requires more effort and attention. We hope that our exotic pet ideas will help you make the best choice for you. Exotic pets can be ideal companions but they do usually require more effort. Most of them need special environments as well as a less than ordinary diet. If you don’t think that you have the time for an exotic pet you can go back to reading a list of dog breeds. However keep in mind that while dogs are easier to handle they also need regular attention. All pets are a big responsibility no matter if they are domestic or exotic.

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