Pets for peace not for beats by lily chai ying li

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Pets for Peace , not for Beats By: Lily Chai Ying Li Pawprints Newsletter Christmas Edition 10
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Pawprints Newsletter Christmas Edition 11 Have you always wanted a pet but have al- lergies to animal fur? However, for those who have animal fur allergies, thinking about getting a pet may be a very big decision. Think no more as here are four great alternatives for pets with no fur! The first choice we recommend for you is a fish. Having a fish for a pet takes away the anxi- ety of allergies. Fish require almost no care at all, only the occasional change of water in the fish tank. In addition, a little aquarium would be a nice and refreshing décor for your room! Examples of fish that are the most common as pets are the beau- tiful and colourful fighting fish and the cute big - eyed goldfish. Furthermore, you could think about getting a bird if you re not up to the idea of a fish. In Ja- pan, birds such as parrots or parakeets are quite popular. Though pet birds are not as popular in Malaysia, it is a perfect alternative as a pet. Some birds are very social and like the company of hu- mans. Not many can say they have a bird as a pet. It would make a good conversation starter as well! Besides fish and birds, there is a more un- common kind of animal which has been kept as a pet. It is a lizard but not the common household lizard most see as a pest. These are of a different species and most commonly are the geckos. They do not grow too big but are not too small either. A gecko can typically fit in the palm of your hand! The Leopard Gecko, the Gold - Dust Day Gecko, and the Crested Gecko are a few instances you can have as pets. Do you fancy a house pet that is more mys- terious with a dangerous feel? We recommend get- ting a s nake . There are certain species of snakes which are suitable for house pets and are not ven- omous at all. An example is the ball python. De- spite their reputation, they have been known to form bonds with humans and can be as gentle as a feather with love and affection from its owner. These are the four great alternatives that we recommend. We have all of these pets at our stores nationwide! If you require more information or help on how to care for them, approach any of our staff at our stores and we will help! Pets with No Fur: 4 Great Alternatives By: Amy Chan Sze Cheng
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Pawprints Newsletter Christmas Edition 12 Allergy - Free: A Talk on Hypoallergenic Pets By: Amy Chan Sze Cheng You must be wondering what hypoallergenic pets means. Hypoallergenic pets refer to house pets that are more suitable for pet owners who have allergies. Our company will be col- laborating with HypoPets Inc. for a talk on hypoallergenic pets for the public. The talk will be held on the 3 rd and the 4 th of January at Hibiscus Event Hall, Kuala Lum- pur. The entrance fee will be RM 30 and can be paid on the spot.
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