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Choose the Right Exotic Pet
What pet or pets would be right for you and your lifestyle? There are many things to consider before purchasing a pet. I think I can help you determine what pet would be right for you.
Chinchilla - Food - Treats - Grooming
The chinchilla has special dietary needs; they cannot be fed pellets meant for other rodents or rabbit pellets. Learn about chinchilla food, treats and grooming. They are very different from other animals, some things can kill them, not having certain things can kill them. Learn what these are!
Chinchilla - Pet Chinchillas
Pet chinchillas are intelligent, and sweet. Pet chinchillas are reasonably easy to care for. They do need a large, tall cage, with multiple layers. They have an advanced herd social structure. Following a good chinchilla care guide helps the animal reach optimum longevity.
China – Dye your Pet to Look like a Wild Animal
Dye your animal to look like wild animals. The latest craze or fad in China is to dye your dog to look like a Panda bear, a tiger, or a peacock. Is having a rendition of an exotic pet merit the animal’s discomfort and diminishing their dignity? Check out the dyed animal pictures.
Chausie - Chausie Cat
Chausie cats are intelligent, sweet, loyal, and energetic. Often I hear the term dog like (personality) as a descriptive phrase for the the Chausie cat. They enjoy playing fetch and retrieve. Most enjoy the water. For the right home and human family this domestic cat makes a perfectly charming pet.
Capybara - Pet Capybara
A Capybara looks somewhat like a guinea pig but only a whole lot bigger. They can be wonderful exotic pets for the right person. They are semi-aquatic so you must provide a clean pool. You must consider their social needs because they are a social animal. Rodents can be wonderful pets!
Cancer - Pets - Cancer in Animals
You’re cuddling with your pet and you detect a lump or a bump. It could be cancer and you need to consult with your veterinarian if it doesn’t go away in a few days. What to expect if your pet has cancer, in addition, early detection, and prevention.
Cancer - Animals
Are there alternatives to standard cancer treatments? If so who would I contact? What causes cancer in animals? Also, an amazing pet Bald Eagle story.
Cages for Rabbits
Curious fingers and nimble toes a common factor in all exotic pets! Make sure you pick out a safe cage for your rabbit. Cage safety is perhaps one of the most important factors in preparing for your new pet rabbit.
Cages for Primates and Large Cats
Enclosures and cages for cats, non domestic cats, great cats, tigers, lions, primates, monkey, monkeys, walk in cages with safety doors, heated den boxes. Includes supplies needed to build cages or enclosures for cats and primates.
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