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View Poll Results: Which pet is easiest to care for out of these?
Dog 7 24.14%
Betta fish 5 17.24%
Cat 8 27.59%
Syrian hamster 0 0%
Dwarf hamster 3 10.34%
Goldfish 0 0%
Leopard gecko 1 3.45%
Ball python 3 10.34%
Corn snake 1 3.45%
Mouse 0 0%
Rats 0 0%
Rabbit 0 0%
Horse 0 0%
Cockateil 0 0%
Macaw 0 0%
Guinea pigs 0 0%
Ferret 0 0%
Goat 0 0%
Tortoise 0 0%
Frog 1 3.45%
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Old 09-18-2012, 01:54 PM   #31 
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He puts food in a bowl Crabby, lol
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Old 09-18-2012, 01:59 PM   #32 
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Oh geez, I really misread/misunderstood that one.

Note to self: Read a few more posts back next time.
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Old 09-21-2012, 05:38 PM   #33 
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At least you don't have to wrestle with a fish to get their leash and harness on for a walk every evening.
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:50 AM   #34 
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I'm glad nobody voted goldfish....lol. They are among the hardest to care for carp if you get a fancy breed. Otherwise they're very hardy, but you need the correct water params, tank size, filters, etc to make it live 20+ years like it should.....Oh, how many times I've heard idiots spew "Goldfish are only supposed to live a couple of years"....
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Old 09-22-2012, 12:05 PM   #35 
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My pet toad was the easiest pet to care for, other than my insects. Toss in some crickets, clean the terrarium once in a while (doesn't take long if you scoop out soiled parts every few days), and make sure there is a container of water. If you get a species that spends more time on land than water, it is even easier than one with higher water needs. Mine just had a removable container of water to swim in, so I did not even have to do giant water changes. Just pop the container out, clean it, put fresh water in, and put the container back in.
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