Top 5 Pets to Keep Indoors
Sure, the idea of adopting an indoor pet sounds fun but it is at the same time a critical decision. While the plethora of adorable options leaves no room for homeowners to not be confused, other things that they have to consider to buy an indoor pet is what make the decision all the more difficult.
It is hard choosing between fur, fins, and wings but to ease the worry a bit, here is a list of top five pets people can consider buying for their home. We have also included all the important factors that need to be accounted for when deciding which animal to keep as a pet. One thing the pet owners should not forget to consider is whether they want their pets to snuggle and cuddle like dogs do or stay in a confined place like the fish stay in water only.
Here goes the list!
Unquestionably, dogs are the most popular choice when it comes to owning indoor pets. There is a wide array of dog breeds that adopters get to choose from but what the decision should be backed by are things like the dog breed’s ability to adjust indoors, the size, behaviour, and other factors like the size of family, the presence of kids, etc. Some common breeds that suit most household units include Bichon Frise, Poodle, Maltese, Russian Samoyed, Dachshunds, etc.
Needless to mention though, cats are just as popular as dogs or even more when it comes to buying indoor pets. There are a lot of cat species you can choose from but that will barely make a difference since all of them are more or less equal in size and have the same traits. Again, cats are a very safe choice for indoors!
Rodents (Guinea Pig and/or Hamsters)
Rodents are all generally tiny and harmless to humans but it is the guinea pigs and hamsters that rule this category as the most common indoor pets. Guinea pigs and hamsters are two rodents that are commonly available as pets for sale. The former mostly equals the size of small dogs while the latter, as most people must be aware, is really tiny. Nonetheless, they both make for adorable and safe indoor pets. One thing that needs to be considered here is that all rodents need enough space to hop around and exercise.
Rabbits, as opposed to how most people perceive them, can be trained to respond to their names, use litter trays, and move on leashes. Rabbits are a strange mix of dogs and cats and make for good indoor pets except that they need more cleaning. The best part is owners can choose from a range of species, colours, and even ear lengths.
Birds can be just as playful as dogs and parrots particularly are known to be highly responsive and active. There are over 350 types of parrots and literally thousands of colours of parrots that make the decision of buying one really hard. Nonetheless, they stay in confined places normally and require less maintenance.