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Top 10 Animals That Make Great Pets

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  • Published on:  Friday, August 21, 2015
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  • PrayingSeraph


     10 hours ago

    Seriously? No rats? They are the best pet rodents

  • indiciaobscure



    This is really irresponsible. Those 'mini pigs' you are showing are actually piglets. Most people who buy small pigs end up with a much bigger animal than they expect, around 45-60 pounds with habits and needs beyond a cat or dog. Also, DO NOT GET A PARROT unless you've done a year of research, volunteered with parrots, and fully understand that it is a lifetime of responsibility for a highly social and intelligent being that needs constant attention to be happy. They are not an impulse purchase.

  • ZxP Vybz

    ZxP Vybz

     2 days ago

    Tortoise ❤️

  • djwaglmuffin


     4 days ago

    You forgot rats.

  • Sharkdrake 37

    Sharkdrake 37

     5 days ago

    I love my pet cat and wolf ❤ 😊

  • TheCookingNerd


     6 days ago +1

    Guinea pigs should be kept in large enclosures, not CAGES like shown in this terrible video

  • John Tziannis

    John Tziannis

     7 days ago

    Dogs have been man's best friend for centuries.

  • estrella


     7 days ago

    I was waiting for you to tell me it would be a good idea to get a friggin penguin-

  • Really Bitch

    Really Bitch

     7 days ago

    "Many have short life spans"

    damn right they do.i bought 2 fish at a pet store once and they lasted 2 days.

  • Gage Peruti

    Gage Peruti

     7 days ago +1

    Sees honorable mentions SKUNKS? REALLY? That's really hard to believe.

  • Pic pic

    Pic pic

     7 days ago

    My mom dosent like dog she love cat



     14 days ago +1

    According to me parrots are the best. They can be companoins of human and are very intelligent. Its kinda the only pet to have meaningful chat with humans

  • deadfred821


     14 days ago

    Honorable mention?😕
    Honorable mention?😨

    How are ferrets & skunks not making the cut? These little weasels are very easy to train ( for both good & bad things). How did neither make the cut?😨TF?🤨

  • wintertheAmpharos


     14 days ago

    As someone who’s family owned rabbits, I can safely say that they reproduce like crazy if two are caged together. Guess they like to hump.

  • Icon Ari

    Icon Ari

     14 days ago


  • Drswag 007

    Drswag 007

     14 days ago

    some people keep tarantulas as pets but don't show your 8 legged friend to anyone who is arachnaphobic

  • Sirrantsalot


     14 days ago +3

    9:54 I'd have to disagree. Ferrets steal everything that isn't bolted down.

  • Katherine Timper

    Katherine Timper

     14 days ago

    Hmph... cats vs. dogs as the # 2 and # 1 spot respectively-I don’t know....I kinda think cats should be # 1 because they are easier to take care of and offer everything that dogs can and then some (no, not all cats walk on a leash, have an affinity for water, are crazy affectionate to the point where they’re stuck up your a$$, retrieve and fetch balls, are able to perform tricks, come running when their name is called-oh wait, that’s EXACTLY what my male cat embodies 😻...but I know it’s rare for a cat to like H2O, will play fetch, or comes running to you when their name is called-but not every dog actually can or will either). Anybody else heard that studies show on average that cat lovers are smarter than dog lovers, more neurotic, independent, creative and still love dogs too...but dog lovers need to be around others more often to feel happy, more outgoing, and typically dislike cats? lovers and dog lovers-do ya’ll agree with that study?

  • Silver Screen

    Silver Screen

     14 days ago

    snakes make good pets

  • Chrissory Gaming Official

    Chrissory Gaming Official

     14 days ago

    I think rats would do as great pets. They just got a bad reputation only because they spread diseaces. All animals spread diseaces. Even we humans spread things like AIDS and Ebola for f sake. Though, you can't have other humans as pets cause we humans are way too unpredictible to have as pets. I want to have 2 pet rats but i don't think my parents ever will come to visit me as my mother hates rats. Rather rats than snakes as my parents would kill the poor snake and sue me only because i got one and i don't have any snakes. My parents would only get mad at me for even suggestioning getting a snake or any reptile. Bird eating spiders would make a good pet for me too. I have arachnophobia but tarantulas are the only spiders i'm not afraid of somehow. Don't ask me why. I saw a tarantula once in Stockholm and wasn't afraid somehow. All other spiders, let's just say that i begins to scream like a scared little kid and i always begin to run asap the other direction. You don't want to be there when i see a spider that isn't a tarantula. It's quite ackward and emberassing for all of us men in the world. I'm a man and is scared of spiders. Yeah. I know. I'm not man enough for most women but i do at least not cry like a crybaby when i see a snake or a shark as i like snakes and sharks and i love wolves too. Wolves and sharks are just way too misunderstood. Wolves don't attack us that often. As far as i know, there's only 2 documented wolf attacks in the world. One in Canada and the other one in Sweden at a Swedish zoo but the reason to why they killed a man is because he was afraid of them. He simply didn't know how to react and the same can be said about the Swedish zoo keeper in Sweden. If you see a wolf or a wolf pack, sit down and look to the ground. Always look down at the ground when wolves are around you. Don't run away as you will only trigger the wolves to attack and kill you. That tip is essential for everyone who wants to become adventerers and to live their lives out in the wild. Guns and weapons don't work and they never will. Sitting down with your eyes starring to the ground or closed, it doesn't matter. Out in the wild and it comes to wolves, you must show the wolves that they're the alphas. It's the wolves who has the final word. It's survival 101 to stare down at the ground while showing that you're inferior that the wolves let you live. A gun will only scare the wolves away for a while, but they will always come back unless you leave. If you don't leave and you're out of ammo or can't reach it fast enough, the best way to survive is to stare at the ground while being hunched over. It always works to be hunched over while starring at the ground, the rocks and all of that. That's just survival 101 for you. I haven't been needing to do this myself, but i am self thought. I know how to survive out in the wilderness. In Sweden, we learn how to survive out in the wilderness without weapons. We got bears, wolves, some sharks but not many, we got plenty of animals that can and will kill you. The most notorious though is the moose. Yep. the deadliest animal in Sweden is the moose as we here in Sweden don't actually have that many other animals that kills more people. There's ticks which gives you TBE, but that's pretty much it. The creature that kills the most, we humans excluded, is the moose here in Sweden. Then we have literally all other members of the deer family and after that there's the wild boars or as they're known as in the U.S, Wild hogs. These animals are the deadliest if we exclude humans and ticks.