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The hedgehog is a spiny little mammal that is found in many parts of Asia, Europe, Africa, and in New Zealand. Hedgehogs are not native to Australia, and you won’t find any species that are native to the Americas. However, hedgehogs have become a very popular pet and you might find them scurrying around in your backyard from time to time. The hedgehog is perhaps most recognizable because of the spines on its back. The…

Anyone who has owned a rabbit before knows that these small creatures, as small as they might be compared to the iconic dog, have just as much of a personality. Owning and caring for rabbits can be just as enjoyable as caring for any other pet, but as with pet ownership, you need to make sure that you know what you are getting into. For instance, many people know that it can be hard to…

Whenever you adopt an animal, it can usually go without saying that you are going to want to give that animal the best life that you can. Aside from offering regular food, water, and any other things that your pet might need, there might come a time when you want to feed your pet some treats. With some animals, however, it can be a little bit risky to try and decide what kind of treat…

Rabbits make for incredibly fun pets, and they are great to have around in your house. However, you should know that rabbits require a considerable amount of care, and more importantly, you will have to make sure that you keep them contained. If you allow your rabbits to run free in your yard, it won’t take long before they end up burrowing through the entire garden or backyard and eat up all of your lovely…

Hedgehogs are incredibly cute creatures that also make for wonderful pets. Many people often confuse hedgehogs with porcupines. Porcupines are known for the quills on their back and they can even shoot them out of their back when they are threatened. However, hedgehogs are actually quite different. You don’t have to worry about a hedgehog causing problems as much, though they still require a bit of attention. Many people like to keep hedgehogs in a…

There are tens and tens of different kinds of pets that you can adopt that stray far away from the traditional “cat” or “dog” that people adore as pets. Some of these animals, such as horses and lizards, are pretty easy to work with when it comes to their diet, as many people own these animals and want them to be happy. Other animals, particularly animals that are not extremely common as pets, may be…

Out of all the different kinds of pets that people can love and appreciate, there are some that are going to be a lot less common than others. For instance, some of the most common pets include cats and dogs, with birds, lizards, and rabbits following close behind. Beyond this, some people might own more exotic animals, or animals that are not as commonly found as house pets. Because these animals are not as common…

Taking care of rabbits can be very satisfying and it makes sense why these cuddly little animals are so popular to keep as pets. If you’re new to owning rabbits, then you might be curious about how you’re supposed to take care of them. You might have seen that some people tend to cover their rabbits’ cage at night to keep them safe, but is this really necessary? Read on to learn more about whether…

Hedgehogs are fun little animals that many people enjoy keeping as pets. You might be thinking about getting a hedgehog as a pet sometime soon but it’s certainly good to know more about them before you do. If you know a bit about wild hedgehogs, then you might know that they like to dig. You will often see wild hedgehogs digging dens in the ground for the sake of protection. It wouldn’t be unusual to…

Taking care of rabbits can be very satisfying, and this is why they have become such popular household pets. You might be a new rabbit owner who is just getting used to taking care of these cuddly creatures. One thing you’ve probably noticed is that rabbits seem to poop quite a bit. If you’ve never taken care of rabbits before, then this might come as somewhat of a shock. Why do rabbits poop so much,…

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