Here are the top ten articles for the Exotic Pets Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Corn Snake - Corn Snakes as Pets
A corn snake is an excellent beginner snake because they have a docile temperament. In addition, the corn snake are great ambassadors to introduce to people that are afraid of snakes. Snakes are probably one of the most misconstrue living things on earth.
2. Coatimundi - Pet Coatimundi
The coatimundi or coati can be a great exotic pet for some people. The coati can be very affectionate but are highly active and can be destructive. The coati is active in the day and is an omnivore. Find coati breeders and learn to take care of the coatimundi. Enjoy coatimondi pictures.
3. Pet Chipmunks
The pet chipmunk is a high maintenance - high octane pet. Pet chipmunks are full of curiosity, zip, vim and vigor. They have very specific needs. They are not a hold me - cuddle me type of pet. They must explore. They must be able to dig and tunnel. They have many instinctual protection modes.
4. Praying Mantis - Care for the Praying Mantis
This article includes care instructions for the praying mantis, as well as an introduction of the praying mantis as an exotic pet. How to care for the praying mantis.
5. Monkey - Pet Monkeys
Exotic pet monkeys can be a huge commitment. The monkey can be impulsive, intelligent, and unpredictable. How to properly care for monkeys. Enjoy monkey pictures. Find monkey breeders that breed and sell everything from the spider monkey to the capuchin monkey. Find monkeys for sale.
6. Sloth – Pet Sloths
This is an animal where you can take everything I have written and that I have taught you and throw most of it out the window; it likely doesn’t apply to the sloth. I think you will find this potential exotic pet very interesting.
7. Mongoose - Mongoose as a Pet
The mongoose can make a lovable pet if socialized from a kit. It is possible to find mongooses for sale and mongoose breeders. Many countries do not allow them as pets. Start by learning if they are legal in your country and then check local government laws. Learn about diet and vaccinations.
8. Civets - Civet Cat
A civet or civet cat is a beautiful long-tailed spotted critter. When acquired young they are quite tamable and can be a great pet for the right person. They arenï¿½t good fashion coordinators because they wear clashing spots with strips. Civets make the best cup of coffee in the world.
9. Wallaby - Wallabies - Pet
Wallabies are marsupials that look like a kangaroo but are smaller. The greatest populations would be found in Australia and New Zealand. Care and information on Wallabies.
10. Outside Exotic Pets
Many times we have exotic pets because they fascinate us – we simply enjoy them, get pleasure from watching them, benefit from observing them doing their “own thing.” There are many exotic pets you won’t find a book to learn to care for them, let alone how to keep them healthy, happy, and alive.
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