1. Caring for your leopard gecko

    Caring for your leopard gecko

    How to keep pet leopard geckos healthy and happy Leopard geckos are one of the easiest lizards to look after which makes them an ideal first pet. They have lots of character and are docile, friendly and easy to handle. Most will become tame with regular handling. With proper care, leopard geckos can live up to 20 years so they...
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  2. Caring for a house rabbit

    Caring for a house rabbit

    How to keep house rabbits healthy and happy Living with a house rabbit can be a great addition to the family and offers a very rewarding and fun experience. Your rabbit will benefit too as he will enjoy an interesting, social and stimulating environment in your home. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your House Rabbit
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  3. Caring for your Gouldian finch

    Caring for your Gouldian finch

    How to keep pet Gouldian finches healthy and happy Gouldian finches have gorgeous rainbow coloured plumage and make stunning pet birds to keep. They are lively and chirpy and are happiest living in groups. Although social with other birds, they are best suited to being watched rather than handled as this can cause them stress. If well looked after they...
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  4. Caring for your goldfish

    Caring for your goldfish

    How to keep pet goldfish healthy and happy Goldfish are hardy fish which are easy and inexpensive to keep. They make a perfect first pet and are a great addition to any home. With so many beautiful varieties to choose from, there is a goldfish for everyone from complete beginner to goldfish enthusiast. Click here to read our full guide...
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  5. Caring for your gerbil

    Caring for your gerbil

    How to keep pet gerbils healthy and happy Gerbils are inquisitive, friendly little animals that are hardy, clean and easy to care for. Gerbils have lots of energy and are best kept in pairs or small groups. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Gerbil
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  6. Caring for your fancy mice

    Caring for your fancy mice

    How to keep pet fancy mice healthy and happy Mice are inquisitive and amusing little animals that are easy to look after. They make great pets for families but children should always be supervised when handling mice. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Fancy Mice
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  7. Caring for your dwarf hamster

    Caring for your dwarf hamster

    How to keep pet dwarf hamsters healthy and happy These little hamsters are only half the size of Syrian hamsters and make lively, attractive little pets. Dwarf hamsters are ideal first time pets too. Chinese and Russian Dwarf Hamsters can live up to 2 years and Roborovski Hamsters can live up to 3 1/2 years if looked after properly. Click...
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  8. Caring for your doves

    Caring for your doves

    How to keep pet doves healthy and happy Doves are gentle, elegant and attractive birds that make excellent pets because they are hardy and relatively easy to care for. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Doves
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  9. Caring for your crested gecko

    Caring for your crested gecko

    How to keep pet crested geckos healthy and happy Crested geckos are very rewarding pets and make an ideal first pet reptile. If you take good care of him he can live for up to 14 years. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Crested Gecko
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  10. Caring for your corn snake

    Caring for your corn snake

    How to keep pet corn snakes healthy and happy If this is your first snake, then a corn snake is a good choice for beginners. Generally good natured and available in many different colours and patterns, corn snakes are an interesting and safe first pet snake. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Corn Snake
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  11. Caring for your cockatiel

    Caring for your cockatiel

    How to keep pet cockatiels healthy and happy Cockatiels are very popular as a first pet bird because they are easy to handle and care for as well as having lots of character. Young cockatiels can become very tame and some can be taught to whistle or even talk. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your...
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  12. Caring for your chinchilla

    Caring for your chinchilla

    How to keep pet chinchillas healthy and happy Chinchillas are alert, inquisitive and active little animals that make great pets for older children and adults. Children should always be supervised when handling chinchillas. Click here to read our full guide to caring for your Chinchilla
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