You don’t need to worry about the size of your yard and you don’t need to live near a park to exercise these small pets. They also fit in well with busy family schedules since they require little maintenance.
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So you may want to add the possibility of an alternative pet to your family survey and consider more than just cats and dogs. But remember that such pets may have very specific needs. So take the time to learn what those needs are and consider how your family will meet them.
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