When you are alone, you often might wish you had a pet. You are right that pets are a good companion. A charming pet entertaining you with its cute presence and activities when you come back home from work is really a convincing proposition. But all pets are not the same.
You can afford to have some but not others depending on the time you can devote, your temperament and the resources at your disposal. The following points may help you choose the best pet to serve you without causing much burden on your shoulder—and pocket!
The dogs are perhaps the richest pets as far as their variety is concerned. You can get a dog any size, look and price.
You have to do the grooming and have to take care of the meal and health of the pet. But a puppy can be the cutest of pets and it is most trainable pet. It has been the oldest friend to man from amongst all the pets at present. Dogs are the most common pets till date. The most entertaining, the best-trained, and the most civilized pet, dog are easy to deal with. The costs of maintenance depend on the breed you choose.
The cats are the cleanest pet to have. They need less maintenance, but are self content most of the times. While the dog cares for its owners, the cats seek attention when they want. Still, they are an easy option to have. The cats can be trained to a good extent, but cannot surpass the dogs.
There are birds that need more care and maintenance (particularly cleaning the cage and feeding them), but their vocal cords are the strong tool to entertain you. These sometimes can turn irritating when you lose control over their ‘speech’. But rest having a bird in a cage at your doorsteps or in a corner inside your home is a soothing experience.
A more difficult and selective choice is that of rabbit. You have to keep them cleaning as they are least trainable to poo and pee at the place earmarked for