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All You Need to Know About Exotic Pets

More and more we are intrigued by exotic animals with snakes, terrapins, frogs and rats being amongst the most popular “trendy” pets of the moment.  Unlike traditional pets such as hamsters, dogs, cats and rabbits, exotic pets are not domesticated and need special care and attention with regards to their dietary requirements and overall behaviour.  If you are thinking about taking on iPhone Touch Screen Not Working a domestic animal, then it is really important that you find out as much as you can beforehand, as exotic animals can be costly and time consuming to take care of if you already lead a busy lifestyle.  Here are some things to consider:

  • How long will it live?
  • Do you need a license to keep it?
  • Is it active during the day or at night?
  • How big does it get?
  • What and how much food does it eat?
  • How much space does it need?

Of all the exotic pet insurers we have examined, Exotic Direct comes out on top as it offers cover for a huge array of exotic pets from parrots and cockatoos to pot-bellied pigs and even vultures.  With over 25 years’ experience in insuring exotic animals, Exotic Direct’s policies are devised by specialists in exotic mammals, birds and reptiles.  Moreover, Exotic Direct offers a wide range of policies including the following:

  • Veterinary Fee Cover
  • Death and loss of your pet by theft
  • Death and injury of your pet by weather perils
  • Public Liability Insurance
  • Dangerous Wild Animal Public Liability Insurance

As well as tailored insurance, Exotic Direct also offers information on a wide selection of exotic pets, customer experiences and a list of exotic pet stockists and vets in your area.  Regardless of which insurer you decide to opt for, always do your research and beware of the same policy tricks used or mainstream pets such as differing levels of excess, pay-out limits and pre-existing conditions.


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