One great thing about exotic pets is the fact that many of them really don’t make much noise. This can be great for people who have a lot of neighbors close by!
While some animals that are considered exotic—such as ferrets—may give off some odors, most exotic animals are pretty easy on the nose.
Many exotic animals have scales instead of fur. This makes them a great option for people with allergies!
Dogs need quite a bit of education to learn the do’s and don’ts of being a good pet. (Cats usually train their owners, but that’s another topic.) Exotic animals, however, really don’t need to be trained. You won’t have to worry about teaching your iguana to sit, or making sure your snake comes when called!
Most exotic animals live in tanks or cages. When set up properly, these habitats can make very beautiful display pieces.
While exotics aren’t as personable as some of our other animal friends, they do have some personality characteristics, and can be just as charming as other pets. You may be surprised at how fascinating reptiles and other exotics can be to watch. Many people really enjoy relaxing and just watching their pets do their thing.
You will need to clean your pet’s habitat regularly. However, you won’t have to worry about your little buddy eating your couch cushions or scratching up your couch!
While there are some great reasons to consider exotic pets, they aren’t necessarily the right choice for everyone. Do plenty of research before making a final decision. Consider your pet’s expected size, lifespan, environmental needs, and diet. It’s also important to make sure you have a good vet that treats exotics.
Please contact us, your East College Park, Saskatchewan pet hospital, for all of your exotic pet’s care needs. We are here to help!
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