Geckos and ferrets require the same love and care as dogs and cats, but practical information about these pets can be hard to find. This series offers a complete handbook for caring for your unusual pet, from choosing a pet, to essential equipment, to routine care, to play. Important health issues are also covered, including guidelines for when to call a vet.
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