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Live Allergy Free with Exotic Pets

Are you allergic to cats or dogs? Do you want a pet, but wish there was some way to avoid the constant sniffling, sneezing, and watery eyes? By talking to your exotic pet vet about various options for your situation, you can find a loving animal that needs a good home.

Allergy free exotic pets

Exotic pets that are good for people with allergies

  • Fish

  • Birds

  • Reptiles and lizards

  • Spiders

  • Bearded dragons

  • Sugar gliders

  • Hedgehogs

Why you need an exotic pet vet to care for your new addition

Your new family member has specific temperature, humidity, and housing needs. Your pet requires very specific dietary items to prevent malnourishment. Your cuddly creature needs special care in case of sickness or injury. Anesthesia and surgical tools are smaller and designed for the body of your pet. Many people wait too late to bring sick animals into the exotic pet vet. Any time your pet stops eating or drinking, acts extremely tired, or does not seem to be the same as usual, then you will want to contact your veterinary specialist. Exotic vets have firsthand experience learning from other vets already in the field.

With proper care, your little critter will thrive in a happy home where he or she is cherished and welcome. Experts suggest that anyone who takes on an exotic pet do his or her due diligence in research to fully understand the needs of your new pal. Exotic pets are fun, loving, and fill you with a sense of pride when you are careful to attend to all their needs. These animals are not the same as cats and dogs, so treating them as unique creatures and seeing to the specialty care they require is how you can help your exotic pet live a long and fulfilling life.

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