We certainly don’t need to list the reasons why owning a pet is a good idea, but we know that if your life is busy, owning a pet can be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are many low-maintenance pets if you still want to have, see, or love a furry animal.
Here The Top 8 Low & Best Maintenance Pets
If you claim you’re not a “cat person,” have you ever tried being a cat owner? Cats are actually very independent and self-sufficient creatures. Don’t leave your kitty unattended for too long when they stop by to explore and enjoy their alone time. Cats still secretly love human contact whether they show it or not. Cats also love a fur-friendly home to explore. Turn your home into a pet paradise and your cat will love you for it!
Every dog needs basic good grooming, care which includes paying attention to its skin, coat, ears, teeth and toes. However, not every dog needs regular professional attention, lots of baths and an excessive amount of brushing to keep the hair down.
Dogs with wrinkled faces require special facial care. Otherwise easily groomed breeds, such as the scent hound, often have a distinctive hound door that some people cannot tolerate without bathing their dog once a week. In addition, some of the easiest-to-groom breeds are also prime shedders. Not included in this list are heavy shedders, doodlers, lots of saliva. Other Low Maintenance Dogs Breeds: Greyhound, Miniature Pinscher, Italian Greyhound, and German Pinscher.
A birdbath is a beautiful choice for a low- conservation pet. In fact, you can choose the type of raspberry that works stylish for you. Some small birds do not require much human contact while others do. What’s interesting is that some birds are able to learn and interact like a dog!
Although snakes may seem like a scary pet to some people, they are a great option if you are looking for a low-maintenance pet. They need a warm tank, some leaves and some mice or rats to feast on every few weeks, depending on their size and breed. (So you can’t have both a snake and a mouse as a low-maintenance pet. seems a bit contradictory)
Ever heard about them? Created in 1957 as a hybrid of brine shrimp, the sea monkey is a great low-maintenance pet that you can actually grow yourself! They only need to be fed once a week, which makes them very easy to care for.
If you are looking for a pet that will be as happy to see you as you are to see them, a guinea pig is a great choice. They’re known for “pop corning,” where they gleefully jump in the air – cute, right? In addition, guinea pigs are relatively easy to care for. Similar to hamsters and rats, they need nothing more than a proper cage with straw, food, and water.
Golden fish. Generally, the lowest maintenance pet of all. Makes sense why this is usually a baby’s first pet, right? Goldfish are incredibly easy to care for. While it’s a myth that goldfish can survive a long time in a small tank without a filter, they can handle a normal fish bowl when you’re getting set. Fortunately, you don’t need to do much other than clean the tank from time to time and feed them.
Having the proper cage makes it easier to care for a hamster. Hamsters are generally loving and docile animals but they are very curious which makes them fun to watch. Laying bedding, such as paper bedding that absorbs urine, will ensure that you won’t have to worry about their bathroom needs as you would with a dog.