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Background and Identification
A pet (also called a companion animal) is an animal kept for a person’s company or entertainment rather than as a working animal, livestock, or laboratory animal. Generally, animals like cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, and fish are considered the most common pets. Other pets commonly kept include rabbits, ferrets, pigs, rodents (gerbils, hamsters, chinchillas, rats, mice, and guinea pigs, avian pets (parrots, passerines, and fowls), reptile pets (turtles, alligators, crocodiles, lizards, and snakes), aquatic pets (fish, snails, and shrimps), amphibians (frogs and salamanders), and arthropod pets (tarantulas and hermit crabs). Small pets are sometimes referred to as pocket pets, while equine (horse) and bovine (cattle, sheep, and goats) animals are considered the largest companion animals. Popular pets are typically considered to have attractive appearances, intelligence, and personalities, though some pets may be taken in and accepted regardless of these characteristics (such as stray dogs or cats).
Pet supplies include a wide range of equipment, depending on the animal. Supplies for pet fish include aquarium tanks, aquarium heaters, bubblers, gravel, and decorations. Supplies for dogs may include bedding, toys, collars, fences, pet fences, and food/water bowls. Supplies for cats may include litter boxes, bowls for food/water, collars, toys, and cat trees.
This page includes a range of guides and techniques to repair heating pads, water fountains, dog panels, scratching posts, retractable dog leashes, and ripped toys.