Tips Tuesday: How to align the characters of pets and their owners

When buying/adopting any kind of animals, there are a lot of things that should be taken into consideration.

For people who work and who do not have much time to walk and play with their pets, hamsters are the best choice, aquarium fish and turtles. When the other two species in question, most of the work is about maintaining the aquarium because the water must be changed frequently, and the only drawback is that a hamster, if provoked, they know how to bite.

one of the most popular pets are dogs and cats, but a lot of households often opt for other pets such as rabbits, iguanas and snakes. Veterinarians and breeders of these animals, however, appeal that the choice of a pet should be well informed, and that certain types of animals require different care.

So before making a decision about having a pet, people need to think about the appropriate conditions for storage, and whether the character, habits and the amount of free time coincide with the animal character needs.

When choosing a dog it must be kept in mind that it is entirely up to the owner, and what they need is a warm place to sleep, food, daily activities, walks, fresh air, regular visits to the vet etc. Proper care and care about them still requires a lot of time, patience and money. Cats, on the other hand, are strong individualists are less demanding because of the hygiene care, but they can be difficult to impose anything.

Third on the list of the most common pets are parrots which, according to our source, are easy to relate to people, and often become friends with the other animals. It is interesting that they are the most intelligent birds on the planet. Nymphs can learn about 15 words, and for example tigresses can learn even more if you are persistent with them.
Life Expectancy

Dog 12 to 15 years

Cat from 12 to 20 years

Parrots up to 18

Porpoise from 5 to 10 years

Hamsters from 2 to 5 years

Rabbits 10 years

Snake 10 years

Iguana from 10 to 15 years

Turtle up to 40 years

 

 

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