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Types of Pets

Chinchilla
Chinchilla

Chinchillas require a lot of roughage, and the diet should mainly consist of a good-quality grass hay along with pellets made for chinchillas. Treats should be offered in moderation (no more than one teaspoon per day).

Ferret
Ferret

Ferrets make wonderful pets and will amuse you for hours with their play. If you do decide you have the time, money, space and resources to give one of these lovely ferrets a home, you will thoroughly enjoy the experience.

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Gerbil
Gerbil

Adopt, don't shop. Instead of purchasing a gerbil from a pet store, which creates demand for breeding more, please adopt a gerbil…or gerbils…from your local animal shelter. Small animals are frequently brought to shelters when other people give them up, and you will be saving lives by adopting from a shelter.

Guinea pig
Guinea pig

Guinea pigs have always been one of the exotic pets I recommend most, especially for families considering a pet for the first time. Why are guinea pigs one of my favorites? Here are 10 reasons guinea pigs make great pets:

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Hamster
Hamster

Unlike mice, hamsters do not enjoy the company of their fellows, except to produce more hamsters. A related animal, the dwarf hamster, may be kept in groups in places where they are legal pets. A related animal, the dwarf hamster, may be kept in groups in places where they are legal pets.

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Hedgehog
Hedgehog

Most North American pet hedgehogs,typically called African pygmy hedgehogs,were bredfrom African species and are considered domesticated. These little animals can make terrific companions when housed and fed appropriately, and their popularity appears to be increasing. But hedgehogs are not meant for everyone.

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Mouse
Mouse

The most common type of mouse available as a pet is the domestic pet mouse. These pet mice have been selectively bred to enhance the desirable qualities of the mice. There are also spiny mice, which are desert creatures that are a bit trickier to care for, but for our purposes, we will discuss the ordinary domestic mouse.

Rabbit
Rabbit

Rabbits make wonderful pets in the right situations. If you live in a small home, don’t have very young children, and don’t want to have to walk a pet but have time to play with it, you might want to consider a rabbit.

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Rat
Rat

Pet rats are pretty comfortable in most home situations. They are great pets for families with children, and they are relatively easy to take care of. However, if you live in rental accommodations, check with the owner of the building.

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Squirrel
Squirrel

Baby squirrels are incredibly adorable and hard to resist keeping as pets, but looks can be deceiving. The Early Months Within the first six months of life, squirrels acclimate to humans, show affection and become dependent on us for food.

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Sugar Glider
Sugar Glider

Sugar gliders are popular exotic pets. They're small, cute, and unique little animals. But just as you would with any other exotic pet, a potential sugar glider owner should be aware of the care requirements and personality traits of a sugar glider before getting one.

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