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What Pet Should I Get Quiz

How To Find Out What Pet Should I Get?

Take this quiz to find out what pet you should get.

-The quiz will ask a series of questions about your lifestyle and personality, which will help determine the best type of pet for you.

-There are many different types of pets to choose from, so it's important to make sure you pick the right one.

Do you have any allergies? A cat may be a good option if you don’t have any allergies. There are many breeds of cats that are low-maintenance and pretty.

Do you have time to walk a dog every day? If not, then adopting one may not be the best idea. Dogs need exercise and attention just like humans do! 

What is your budget for a pet? If it's less than $100, then adopting an animal might be better than buying from a breeder or pet store. Adoption fees are typically between $50-$200 depending on where you live. 

Are there any children in the home? Some dogs can get aggressive with small kids if they're not used to them being around all of their lives so it may take some training before introducing new people into their space!

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Flat

If you live in a flat, you usually don't have much room for your pets to run about. As a result, big dogs and those with high activity levels are often unsuited for this type of housing. Here are some dogs that would be happiest in your home:

-Rabbits (indoor)

-Cats (indoor)

-Small dogs with low energy levels

-Caged rodents, such as rats and hamsters

-Small birds

-Fish

-Turtles

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House with garden

If you have a garden in your house, you have a wider selection of pets to choose from. Of course, before acquiring any animals, make sure your garden is secure. Here's a list of pet dogs that would be appropriate for your home:

-Rabbits (indoor or outdoor)

-Guinea Pigs

-Ferrets

-Cats (indoor or outdoor)

-Dogs

-Caged rodents, such as rats and hamsters

-Small birds

-Large birds

-Fish

-Turtles

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House with land and facilities

There are a variety of houses with land and extra features like stables and horse paddocks. Your alternatives for these properties are even greater, allowing you to have practically any pet in your house comfortably. Here is a list of animals that may be suitable for you:

-Rabbits (indoor or outdoor)

-Guinea Pigs

-Ferrets

-Cats (indoor or outdoor)

-Dogs

-Horses

-Donkeys

-Caged rodents, such as rats and hamsters

-Small birds

-Large birds

-Fish

-Turtles

So take the quiz and find out which pet is right for you!

1What type of animal do you prefer?

Choose an answer
Cats
Dogs
Fish
Birds
Other

2Do you have any allergies?

Choose an answer
Yes
No
I don't know
Yes, but not on animals

3What is your lifestyle like?

Choose an answer
I'm a busy person and don't have much time for a pet.
I'm not very active, but I would like to have a pet that can keep up with me.
I love being active and want a pet that can run and play with me.
Other

4What kind of environment do you live in?

Choose an answer
Apartment/Condo
House
Rural Area
Other

5Do you have any other pets?

Choose an answer
Yes – I have multiple pets
Yes – I have one more
No
No, but I had one…

6What kind of animal are you interested in?

Choose an answer
Cat
Dog
Turtle
Hamster
I'm not sure yet

7What is your budget for a pet?

Choose an answer
$50 or less
$100 – $200
$300 – $400
More than $500

8Are there any little children in the home?

Choose an answer
Yes
No
No, but they might be soon (in the future)

9Why do you want a pet?

Choose an answer
I'm lonely and need companionship
I have plenty of time to devote to a pet
I love being active and want a pet that can run and play with me
Other

10When are you available to adopt/purchase your new pet?

Choose an answer
As soon as possible!
In the next few weeks
Within the next month or two
I'm not sure yet
Not for a while, I'm still researching my options.
No rush, whenever is convenient for the shelter/breeder/seller

11How much money could you spend on your new pet?

Choose an answer
I can afford $40-$100 every month – $1,500 plus a year
I can afford $100-$150 every month – $2,000 plus a year
I can afford $200-$300 every month – $2,500 plus a year

12What's your favorite color?

Choose an answer
Red
Blue
Green
Yellow
Black
Other

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