Unusual Pets you Might Consider for your Home.
More and more people are adding unusual or exotic pets to their homes. Many are beautiful and interesting and can be a wonderful experience to own, but before making any decision you must do your research. Many unusual pets come from different countries and therefore have different environmental and food needs. You must be sure you can fulfill these needs before you bring your new pet home. You’ll also want to be sure to check your city or area bi-laws to confirm your desired pet is not illegal. Many areas have very strict bi-laws on exotic pets. Be sure to buy from a reputable breeder who offers quality animals and that are healthy and well cared for.
There are many very interesting exotic pets, ranging from fish, insects, mammals, and reptiles. Frogs, Hermit crabs, tarantulas, the Madagascar Hissing cockroach, stick insects, and scorpions are all fascinating pets that can be kept in an aquarium or terrarium. Most aquarium style pets are quiet and clean and many are easy to maintain. Hermit crabs and the Madagascar Hissing cockroach make good pets for children, the rest are moderately dangerous and bite or sting and should not be kept in homes with young ones.
Fans of the film BABE will be well acquainted with the joys of pig ownership. Potbellied pigs are very intelligent and easy to train and have a loving affectionate nature but owners should be aware that some of them grow far bigger than expected – full pig size will be a handful.
Happiest when kept in a small group of 3-5. Ferrets also make great pets but are not a good choice for children as they can get aggressive. They are very intelligent and playful, quiet, and affectionate. Hedgehogs are extremely cute and make excellent pets as they are quiet, gentle, and clean. They should be kept individually.
Unusual or exotic animals can make fascinating and enjoyable pets but care should be taken to ensure you get the right one for you and your family. Do you study, consider your household and get from a respected breeder.…