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1. H1N1 Alert: We are Infecting our Exotic Pets
Pets that are especially susceptible are exotic pet ferrets, pet cats, pot-bellied pigs, Micro-pigs, and pet turkeys. The ferret would be my biggest concern; the ferret is very vulnerable to the flu virus including human flu viruses

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. 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.

5. Piranha - Piranhas - Pets
Piranhas are not a social fish the main reason they tend to travel in schools is self preservation. The rather hyped up persona from movies are of piranhas that live in large schools. A few piranhas in an aquarium, especially when unfamiliar with their surroundings could deliver a nasty bite.

6. 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.

7. Critter Camp Provides Sanctuary
Exotic Pets Top of the Web Award – Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary: A safe haven for the exotic pets left to starve, subjected to brutal abuse; a home for the innocents that have no concept of why they are in pain and suffering. Please consider pet adoption before purchasing.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. Sugar Glider - Pet Sugar Gliders
The sugar glider is a small marsupial possum (not opossum) they can live up to 15 years as an exotic pet companion. Basic care information of the pet sugar glider; pet sugar gliders love human interaction and are highly social. They cannot be raised as a single pet. Sweet exotic pets.



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