5 Best Pets For Your Hectic Lifestyle

Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 10:06 AM

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You have decided to pick up a pet to keep you company, but your job keeps you busy. It’s important that you give some thought to choosing your pet. Although dogs are the most common pets, they might not be the best pet for you. People with hectic lifestyles choose a dog and end up needing a pet service to take care of them. It’s better to go for pets that need very little training and care. Here are the five best pets for a hectic lifestyle.
 
Goldfish
Goldfish make the best pets for a hectic lifestyle. They don't require any training, nor do they require a lot of maintenance in terms of grooming, immunizations, or food. However, cleaning the bowl can be one big chore.
 
Birds
Birds are relatively easy to maintain as they do not require regular feeding or consume too much food at one time.
 
Rabbits
A great pet for hectic lifestyles, rabbits are small and make for playful companions. Their cage requires occasional cleaning. Rabbits need to be cleaned with particular attention paid to their sensitive feet.
 
Cats
Cats are independent creatures and they make good pets for a hectic lifestyle because they are low-maintenance. The biggest challenge is the initial litter training. Once you’ve got that going, you can look forward to coming back to a relaxing evening curled up on the sofa with your cat. 
 
Hamsters
A hamster could make a fine pet if you are prepared to take over the cleaning of the cage and the feeding. These playful little creatures are independent, entertaining, and are quite a delight to the entire family.
 
Whatever pet you choose, ensure that you can give it a good home and that it is the best pet for your hectic lifestyle.

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