August 11, 2022

A pet is an animal that lives with a person, in a house/apartment or yard, as opposed to free animals, animals in laboratories, animals in the service of the police or some other work and animals for sports, which are kept for economic reasons. The most popular pets are known for their loyal or playful characteristics and attractive appearance. Pets generally provide their owners with significant health benefits; Owning a pet has been shown to help relieve stress for animal lovers. Today, there is a medically proven class of "therapy" animals, including most dogs and domestic cats, that can help disabled or helpless people. Walking the dog provides exercise for both owner and dog, and provides fresh air and social interaction. Pets include goldfish and other types of fish that must be kept in an aquarium, parrots and other birds such as canaries, tigresses, nymphs, cockatoos, etc. Rodents such as hamsters and guinea pigs. Then reptiles like small green turtles that must have a separate terrarium and green iguanas that require a terrarium with sand, wood, that is. branches and a warm place. The smallest number of people keep snakes, tarantulas and rats as pets.


External links

Companion Animal Demographics in the United States: A Historical Perspective (Language: English) from: Animal Land II: 2003 A social network for pets