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My Pillow Pets

Imagine the kids playing with this or that toy and leaving them here and there and everywhere on the floor of the living room, the den, the kitchen. Mothers are only too familiar with this scenario. Enter, My Pillow Pets, inspired by a mom with kids who did just this very thing. This is a pet toy that straps together as a toy and then opens as a soft cuddly playful friend toy. The function of this toy enables the child that owns it to love it and cuddle it and play with it and then take it to bed. For moms this is wonderful since My Pillow Pets go with her little child everywhere and to bed and is never just left on the floor making the home much more organized and the child very happy and very comfortable.

Pillow Pets are made of chenille, a very soft material that is plush and durable. The toy comes in a variety of animal patterns from a cow with black and white fluffy looking patches to a bug with a red nose and black antennae. There are more than thirty different My Pillow Pets of many types of animals. Some are named, ‘Sir Horse,’ ‘Patriotic Pup,’ ‘Cowardly Lion,’ to ‘Zippity Zebra. A child will find a friend for life with one of these great soft functional pillows.

When on those long rides in the car for the family trip or visiting the grandparents, these fluffy and cuddly companions will keep the kids company. The durable and quality pillow can also be taken on airplane rides, after passing through the security system as a carry on item, these are the best type of toy and useful head rest for a young person. It will boost their confidence and offer fun for them on the trip. These are real stress busters for mother, dad and child together when traveling by car, train, boat or plane.

The personality offered by the wide variety of these life-like animal pillows will bring hours of joy and comfort to adults too. Adults who are students or working in home offices, need a place to rest their heads while working. The shape and texture of these cuddly companions offers support for the neck and head while seated in an executive chair or while resting on the easy chair reading and watching a favorite television show or movie. The design of this unique stuffed animal is such that it has a very healthy dual function.

The founder of the company says that this toy and pillow has become one of the most popular birthday presents and collectors item of the decade. Since 2003, celebrity Moms such as Victoria Beckman and Tori Spelling have been seen out and about or at special events holding the very attractive stuffed toys. It is a pillow and headrest for fundraising; exactly, another wonderful use!

See many of the available styles of Pillow Pets here.

Pets Rescue

In this article, we are referring to a pets rescue dog. What’s your fancy, mixed breed or purebred?  Are mixed breeds more intelligent

than purebreds when it comes to pets rescue? Some say yes. Most of the time, however, it is a gamble, don’t you agree? Think about it.

Personality, temperament, physical characteristics, the environment the dog came from, how it interfaced with people, physical characteristics, activities and so on. Just like humans.


The mind set behind a pets rescue purebred is that purebreds are more predictable because your expectations are higher. So, if you are seeking predictability, search out a dog older than two years of age and you will probably get the predictability you’re looking for.


A pets rescue dog just may be the answer for you. Many of these dogs are in shelters because their previous owners did not do their

homework about that particular dog or breed. They may be there due to the downturn in the economy and the cost of keeping a pet. Feeding, grooming and Vet bills add up very quickly. Adult pets rescue dogs over two are often a good choice because their needs are not so time intensive as puppies.


A good pets rescue  

evaluation can really do a good job of matching dog to new owner. The pets rescue shelter should be able to help you achieve this.


When you decide to get your pets rescue dog, do not take the first cute faced dog that runs to the front of the cage with its sad eyes.

This is very hard. You can’t save them all as much as we would like to.

The one you do save that fits into your family is the one that has the best chance of living a happy full life and returning you much pleasure as well. If the pet rescue dog fits in all areas of the evaluation and is not ‘cute’, don’t pass it up. It may not mesh with someone else’s lifestyle and may never be a

 pets rescue dog and will have to be euphonized.  


Do a self examination as to why you want a pets rescue dog and your plans to give it a happy healthy family life. Do your research. Internet and books you can obtain at your local library or at a pet store.

Ric Dalberri is a graduate of Columbia State University & has been involved in his own business (sold) employing over 100 people. As

well as being a top producer as a Financial Specialist for over a decade with one of the largest financial institutions in the U.S., Ric has many years experience in sales and  management. Ric was also a mentor in

the financial arena as well as a volunteer teacher for Junior Achievement.

Tularemia in Pets

Tularemia in pets is a relatively unknown bacterial disease, but it has been around for hundreds of years. It is not fatal in pets unless the exposure has been quite severe, but there are several different ways that both dogs and cats can become infected, especially if you live in rural areas.

However, it is considered an extremely dangerous and virulent organism and has at different periods of history been so severe in killed pets almost like the plaque. It is also known as Rabbit Fever. It was named after a county in California where the last serious outbreak occurred.

Tularemia in pets is found in every state in the United States except Hawaii, and in most all parts of the world. It is extremely difficult to properly diagnosis simply because it resembles several other bacterial diseases.

What is Tularemia?

Tularemia is a bacterial disease that is primarily spread by ticks in the form of a gram negative bacterium. A gram negative bacterium simply means that the bacterium is pathogenic and capable of causing disease in the host organism. Cats are very susceptible to this disease, but dogs seem to be almost immune to it.

This disease is also very dangerous to humans, and like cats it can be spread through several different routes; although it can not be spread from your cat to you. There are two different strains of these bacteria, Type A and Type B, with Type B being much more dangerous to your pet. The type A form, however, is a lot more dangerous to people.

The Type B form has a more complex life cycle that the A form. This disease is primarily spread by four different ticks and the ticks become infected by feeding on either infected animals or birds, and can transmit these bacteria to any other animal.

It is considered a more complex life cycle as ticks can carry the infection for up to two years. Fleas also present a threat to your pets as they can carry the disease as well.

How it is spread:

Although the primary mode of spreading Tularemia to your pets will be by ticks or fleas, it can also be spread by several different methods. Dogs and Cats can become infected by eating an infected rabbit or rodent or by sniffing or licking mucous membranes that have infected blood or fluids from either the animal or the actual tick or flea.

If the outbreak is severe enough, your pet could catch the disease simply by inhaling the dust from the contaminated soil. It can also be spread by contaminated water, although that is not very common. People can become infected by handling infected animals, especially rabbits, or by eating rabbit meat that that was not cooked properly, as well as being bitten by a tick or an arthropod.

The incubation period for this disease is generally 3 to 5 days in your pet but in some cases it can take as long as two to three weeks for the first symptoms to appear.


Since dogs seem to be almost immune, the only symptoms a dog may experience will be a slight fever and a temporary loss of appetite until their immune system fights off the infection. However, with cats it is much different as they can develop absences where they were bitten by the tick or flea, and will almost always run a very high fever that can present several problems if it runs too long.

Cats are also subject to this infection attacking their lymph nodes, and after being infected for a week to ten days they will start to have nasal discharges as well as a rash, usually around the eyes. However, if it is severe, your cat may develop chills and muscle pains and develop internal abscesses that could affect both their spleen and liver.

Kittens and puppies run a very high risk of severe infections as their immune systems have not fully developed and this infection could become deadly to them. The times of the year your pets will be greater at risk for this infection will be the summer months when ticks and fleas flourish, as well as early winter when rabbits are being hunted.

However, if the bacterium has severely infected the soil, both dogs and cats are subject to an air born form from the dust that could cause pneumonia like illness.

Treatment and Prevention:

It is extremely important that this disease is properly diagnosed and treated. If treated quickly it can be stopped. However, if left untreated it can and has been fatal to pets, especially cats. Your veterinarian will run a blood test to test your pet’s antibodies that are trying to fight off this infection.

As the infection progresses, the antibody count will raise helping to identify it. Treatment will almost always be with an antibiotic, although there is not one yet exclusively for pets with this disease. They will have to be given either tetracycline, streptomycin, or a new drug called enrofloxacin that are used for people.

The best modes of protection for your pets will be in building their immune system with supplements and than protecting them with both tick and flea guards. However, if your pet still gets bitten by a tick, there is a very definitive way you should remove the tick.

The tick must be removed as quickly as you discover it, but you should never attempt to burn a tick out or cover it with Vaseline or nail polish. Those methods can cause much more harm to your pet and are misconceptions. You should always remove the tick with fine point tweezers. Place the tweezers as close to your pets skin as you can and pull it straight out.

Do not twist or turn the tweezers as this can cause the tick to break off and remain in your pet. If you do not have tweezers, use a piece of cloth and pull it out with your fingers. Once out, place it in a jar of rubbing alcohol and date it. This will help your veterinarian a great deal in the proper treatment for your pet.

I am an avid lover of pets and my wife and I have had several pets throughout our years. We are especially fond of dogs, and we have a 12 year old Dalmatian (our 3rd) and a “mutt” that we rescued when someone threw him away to die in a vacant field. He found us, nearly starved to death, and weighed about 2 pounds. After severe bouts of mange and severe dehydration, and over 1,000.00 in veterinarian bills, we saved the little guys life, and he is one of the best, if not the best, dogs we have ever had and today is a muscular, fit, and firm 70 pound best friend. After finishing my MBA, which at middle age was not easy, I decided to keep the research work ethics that I acquired, and devote about two hours each night in understanding the health benefits of supplementation for both humans and pets and how they might strengthen our, as well as our pets, immune system in a pre-emptive approach to health rather than a reactionary approach. Both of my daughters are avid cat lovers, and asked me to help them with health concerns and challenges with their cats. I am not a veterinarian nor claim to be, just a lover of pets that loves to research and pass on some knowledge that might be helpful, or at least stimulating to the thought process. Several of the articles that I have written can be found on my website: Liquid Vitamins & Minerals for Humans & Pets http://www.liquid-vitamins-minerals-humans-pets.com/

Guinea Pig Pets

If you are thinking of adding a pet to your household then why not consider a Cavy. These small animals can make wonderful pets. Here are the top five reasons why owning guinea pigs for pets is beneficial and in some cases surprising benefits.


These small pets do not require a large amount of space to be housed in.

The cage for a single guinea pig should be no less than 7.5 square feet. It isn’t allot of space to have the benefits of ownership. Check with your zoning that you are allowed to have pets, specifically guinea pigs
Guinea pigs spend a good deal of their time in their own space and enjoy time out of the cage. When you let your guinea pig out of the cage to enjoy play time activities, this doesn’t have to be large amount of extra space.

Lower Cost Of Ownership

To own a guinea pig does not take a lot of expense. A guinea pig requires a suitable cage, some accessories, bedding and good quality food.
The first thing you will need to purchase is the cage, or you can build a cubical cage that are cost effective and customizable for your pets needs.
Next ongoing cost is nourishing food and bedding. Guinea pigs are small and don’t eat a lot but do require nutritious food. Cut bedding costs by buying in bulk.
Provide your new guinea pigs with the proper care, to reduce your veterinarian bills. Compared a dog or cat which require regular shots and other things, their vet bills tend to be a lot lower.

Great Companions For Older Adults Living Alone

If the guinea pig is for an older adult that lives alone, they can make excellent companions. Guinea pigs are not just for children these days.
They make wonderful pets for persons of any age, however, older adults find them very easy to care for and maintain, simply because they are small and inexpensive.
If properly treated they will bond quite well with people. You might just be surprised at how such a small little animal could lift the spirits of an older adult.

Can Teach Children A sense Of Responsibility

Children the age of six or older is a good age to start to teach them a sense of responsibility such as caring for a guinea pig.
The little pigs are very easy for them to manage and care for, with adult supervision.
Guinea pigs are fairly quite and non aggressive pets.

Fun and amusing to watch at play

If you’ve never experienced the fun of watching and interacting with them during playtime then it would be hard to imagine how much fun it really is.
Place some toys out onto the floor, in a contained area and sit back and watch them scurry around, play and do silly, funny little things.

If you take the time to enjoy and to interact with them, you will see their personalities blossom. Guinea pigs are each have their own unique personalities. You will find that they interact with you in several cute little ways.

If you’re considering getting a pet, then consider the cavy. They will provide you with hours of pleasure and you will find you can form a loving bond with your guinea pig pets.

Jodi Adams is an author and a Guinea Pig enthusiast. To learn more about Guinea Pig Pets, visit the website at http://www.Guinea-Pig-Pets.com and sign up for the free newsletter and see you soon!

Most Popular Pets

The dog is the most popular pet. There are many breeds of dogs such as Chihuahua, Poodle and Cocker Spaniel. You can feed a dog with home made food or packaged food. It is advisable to feed your pet with commercial dog food because it has all necessary nutrients. A dog must take a bath many times per week so it doesn’t get sick. Many people enjoy buying clothes and accessories for their pets. You can acquire clothes for your dog in pet stores. Dogs can recognize their owner’s smell. They will run to meet you when you come back home. You can teach your dog to sit and lift its leg. Dogs have a highly developed hearing sense. They can hear ultra high frequencies that humans can’t. These animals communicate through barks. They bark to their owners to ask for food. You can spend a good time playing with your dog.

Cats are beautiful pets. They have a particular way of walking. Their skin helps them stay warm. Cats have a variety of colors. They have an advanced sense of balance. They can fall from a high place and land on their feet. You should take your cat to the doctor every 6 months to prevent illnesses. Cats use their sharp senses to hunt mice. These felines spend a lot of time sleeping to recover their energies. It is said that people who prefer cats as pets are reserved or shy.

Parrots are known for imitating human’s voices. These birds have a developed brain and are able to learn new words fast. For example, a parrot can remember a phrase its owner repeats several times. Parrots can do this by storing information in their brains and reproducing it later. You should provide plenty of water for your parrot. You can check your parrot’s health in the intensity of the colors of its feathers. Parrots are cheerful animals with lots of energy. They like to call you by your name.

Owning a pet implies responsibility. You should take care of your pet because it is part of your family.

Presidential Pets

At the Presidential Pet Museum, you can learn about what current and former Presidents had for pets. In reviewing the list, most of them are/were pet lovers and some had several pets. The list is to long to mention every one but here are some of the more recent.

Barack Obama has a Portuguese water dog named Bo given to his children by Senator Ted Kennedy.

George W. Bush had several pets. A Scottish Terrier named Miss Beazley, an English Springer Spaniel named Spot, another Scottish Terrier named Barney, a cat named India and a Texas Longhorn named Ofelia.

Bill Clinton had a cat named Socks and a Labrador Retriever named Buddy.

George Bush had Millie and Ranger, two Springer spaniels.

Ronald Reagan had two dogs, Lucky and Rex (King Charles Cavalier Spaniel) and several cats.

Jimmy Carter had a dog named Grits and a Siamese cat named Misty Malarky Ying Yang.

Gerald Ford had a Golden Retriever named Liberty and a Siamese cat named Shan.

Richard Nixon had three dogs named Checkers, Vicky and King Timahoe.

Lyndon Johnson had two beagles, Him and Her, a white collie, Blanco and Yuki, a mongrel. He also had hamsters and lovebirds.

John Kennedy had may pets. Charlie, Caroline’s Welsh Terrier, a cat named Tom Kitten, a canary named Robin, two parakeets, Bluebell and Marybelle, three ponies, Caroline’s Macaroni, Tex and Leprechaun, two hamsters, Debbie and Billie, a rabbit named Zsa Zsa, Mrs. Kennedy’s horse, Sardar and several dogs including Pushinka, Shannon and Clipper.

As you look back in time before the use of the automobile, many of the pets were horses. Many of our country’s first Presidents were excellent horseman who enjoyed riding and hunting. Their horses were very cherished and were paid great tributes when they died.

The Presidential Pet Museum was founded in 1999 and is part of the President’s Park located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The museum is a collection of pictures, stories and artifacts of these pets. You will be surprised on how many and what type of animals they had for pets. Some of the pets were given to them by foreign countries.

A President is no different than anybody else for having a pet. Many grew up with animals living on farms and ranches. A pet provides love and companionship that helps relieve stress. He could enjoy quality time with the pet without having to worry about the day to day care. They are/were very supportive to organizations related to animal care and well being.

It is very interesting learning about the different pets. Visiting the museum in Williamsburg can be very entertaining and educational.

Frank Loethen lives with his wife and three cats, Sunny, Sinclair and Midnite, in Georgia. If you enjoyed this article, please visit my cat products website, http://www.purrfectcatproducts.com, your one stop site for all your cat and kitten needs. Cat treats, cat toys, litter accessories and cat treats are among the many items on the site. You can also see my three cats on the site.

List of Poisonous House Plants and Illness Symptoms for Domestic Pets

Most dog owners live completely unaware of the fact that those potted plants and the flower garden they tend so well may actually be a grave danger to a dog or cat. Many common household plants and even more common garden plants can have toxic properties that could seriously harm your favorite pet.

Cyclamen – This five petal flower is usually accompanied by rounded or arrow-like leaves that can be very toxic for dogs. The whole plant is toxic to dogs in generally, however the most poisonous part is the roots. You may notice your dog having intestinal issues and may vomit violently.

Tulips – This spring favorite can be very dangerous for a dog. The real threat is the bulb, which contains a toxin that will irritate a pet’s bowels. From the start, your pet might lose interest in his food. This toxin could also depress your pet’s central nervous system, causing convulsions or even cardiac arrest.

Lilies – These garden staples are most toxic to cats. Severe kidney damage is likely to result if your cat ingests its toxin, though the chemical to blame has not yet been identified.

Azaleas – Commonly found in many gardens, these plants could cause pets to go into coma in serious cases. Less severe poisoning will result in drooling and loss of appetite and may depress your pet’s central nervous system.

Hibiscus – This common houseplant can lead to loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and general nausea in your pet.

Autumn Crocus – The autumn crocus is a death sentence for a pet. Ingestion can lead to serious organ damage, vomiting and diarrhea, possibly bloody, and could suppress bone marrow functions.

Chrysanthemums – These flowers, appearing in many gardens and indoor pots can cause serious gastrointestinal upset including drooling and diarrhea. Occasionally, ingestion of this plant can lead to depression.

Apples and Apricots – It is shocking for many owners to realize that apples can in fact be very toxic for pets. While the fruit itself is safe, the seeds, stems, and leaves all have a form of the poison cyanide in them. Symptoms will include difficulty breathing, bright red mucous membranes, and shock.

Begonia – Begonias contain chemicals known as insoluble oxalates that will cause your dog or cat’s mouth to burn. They may experience difficulty when swallowing.

Yucca – For those living in the desert climes, this plant can lead to heavy bouts of vomiting and diarrhea. Luckily, the plant has sharp thorns that keep most pets away.

Chamomile – This plant, often cultivated for teas or as a calming agent, is home to a whole host of chemicals dangerous to your pet. Simply brushing against it will give your dog dermatitis, and ingestion can lead to anorexia, vomiting, diarrhea, and bleeding.

Avocado – Poisoning from avocados can lead to vomiting and diarrhea, but rarely death.

Garlic – If your pet eats garlic in big quantities, then it might be time to head for the vet’s office. Garlic can eventually lead to hemolytic anemia, or the breaking down of your pet’s red blood cells. You will also notice vomiting, weakness, possibly bloody urine, and a very fast heart rate.

Burning Bush – In large enough doses, the toxin from this bush, which turns bright red, will cause abnormalities in heart rhythms. In smaller dosages, expect weakness, vomiting and diarrhea, and intense abdominal pain.

Grapefruit – The toxins of this plant, found mostly in the leaves and rind of the fruit can lead to light sensitivity, depression, and vomiting/diarrhea.

Daffodils – This common garden flower is immensely toxic to dogs and cats. Ingestion can cause diarrhea, vomiting, convulsions, arrhythmia and low blood pressure. Common as they are, it’s very important that your pet stay away.

The above list is definitively not exhaustive and is only a collection of the common plants that are harmful to pets. If you intend to start planting new plants in your garden, it would be advisable to take some time to research the new plants first. Many are mildly toxic to dogs, though some can cause serious internal damage or death.

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Fire Monitoring Home Security Systems Saves the Lives of Family Pets

Home security systems are often thought of just in terms of deterring burglars, but many security system companies as well as homeowners themselves have come to understand that home security systems can offer many more benefits as well. In the last few years, one of the innovations in the industry is to offer fire monitoring in addition to security monitoring. Something that has just recently been introduced is the ability to protect pets at home alone in the event of a fire due to fire monitoring through a home security system.

A fire monitoring system in a home operates through the use of detectors that are activated by heat as well as smoke. Professionals who are thoroughly trained monitor the system twenty-four hours per day and seven days per week at numerous monitoring centers situated across the continent. In the event an alarm is activated, monitors alert the nearest fire department promptly. In the event that pets have been left home alone while owners are out, this can prove to be a beneficial measure that could ultimately save the life of a beloved family pet.

Fire monitoring systems have been recognized as being effective in saving the lives of homeowners, but now they are increasingly being recognized as being effective in reducing the number of pet deaths as well as injuries that occur as the result of home fires as well.

Summer is a particularly important time to consider introducing this type of protection into one’s home, as this is the most popular vacation time for most homeowners. While some homeowners board their family pets at a kennel while they are on vacation or bring their pets with them, many other pet owners find it necessary to leave pets home and have neighbors check in on them during their absence. Having a home security system that also offers fire monitoring can provide pet owners with a greater sense peace of mind when they leave for vacation.

In addition to utilizing a home security system with fire monitoring, there are also many other steps pet owners can take to make sure that their pets are not at risk in the event of a fire. For a number of years, parents have made use of window clings that alert fire fighters of the presence of children in the home. Now, window clings are being produced to alert fire fighters of the presence of a pet inside the home as well. Such items can go a long way toward helping to save the lives of pets. Pet window clings allow pet owners to record the number of pets that are inside the home. The clings are then clearly affixed to a front window of the home so that information is clearly provided to fire fighters in the event of an emergency. Do make a point to keep your window clings updated with accurate information, once you have them affixed to your windows.

ADT is the leading provider of home security systems in the U.S. Consider helping protect your home and family today with a home security system from ADT Security.

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How to Look for Pets Urns and Memorials

Pet lovers always want nothing but the best for their pets. And even after their passing, these people always go out of their way to find the best resting places for these special members of the family. One of the best ways that they can lay them to rest is through pet runs and memorials.

If you go out looking for urns and memorials today, you’ll actually find a lot of choices in stores. One of the very first and the most important factor that you need to keep in mind is the cost. Although there are a number of relatively inexpensive memorial urns available today, some of these items may not have the same kind of craftsmanship as the other pricier products. But remember, there are plenty of beautiful and top quality urns that are not that expensive at all. It all boils down to finding the right store that can give items at bargain prices. So be ready to invest some time in shopping.

Another very important factor that you need to keep in mind is the size of the urn. Pet urns and memorials now come in various sizes and shapes. Some are made for different kinds of animals, some even for different breeds. For instance, there are pet memorials that are made especially for cats or for dogs. So if your pet is relatively large or small, make sure to keep this in mind as you shop.

After setting your budget and the urn dimensions, you can now start deciding on the style and material to use for your pet urns and memorials. Luckily for you, there are many kinds and styles available as well.

One of the newest kinds of memorial urns today is the figurine urns. The design usually has a small figurine of a certain animal breed perched on top of a rectangular urn. This is now a very popular choice with pet owners because it allows them to customize the urn by making real-life figurines of their pets.

One other very popular material used for pet urns is wood. Wood gives memorial urns a sense of warmth with its natural colors and textures. Wood is also very durable and a very versatile material that can make perfect display items. However, if you do not like wood, there are natural stone urns available as well.

For those of you who plan to scatter your pet’s remains, you can opt to get a smaller keepsake urn which allows you to keep just a small amount of the ash to remember your pet by.

There are many places that you can go to buy pet urns and memorials. But for wider variety and more choices, the best place to shop is online. If you want to have your urns customized, there are some online stores that can do this for you as well.

If you do plan to buy pet urns and memorials online, make sure that you get them from legitimate and reputable retailers that deliver the product as promised. Aside from that, it would be an added plus to purchase items that have good return and exchange policies in case you want the item replaced.


With PawsNotForgotten.com’s one-stop shopping, superior quality pet urns and memorials at incredible prices, you are sure to find exactly the right pet urn you are looking for to help celebrate your pets life.

Know About Most -Expensive Pets In World

Many people love pets but some people are so crazy that they are ready to pay millions for pets. If you are also crazy to know about expensive animals, just scroll down. We have jotted down a list of most-expensive pets in the world:

Green Monkey – $ 16,000,000

Green Monkey is considered to be the most expensive horse ever sold in an auction with an initial price tag of $ 16 million. It was purchased by Demi O’ Byrne when the horse was just 2 years old. It was a special racing horse and the owner had high hopes from it. But it could not win the race and officially stopped working on Feb 12, 2008.

Missy- $ 1,200,000

This million dollar cow was sold at Toronto’s annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair when it was 3 years old. Previously possessed by Alberta’s Morsan Farms, it’s the world’s most expensive cow.

Tibetan Mastiff – $ 5, 82,000

Tibetan Massif is a giant dog available in many colors including black, brown, grey and white also. By looks, they seem to be scary and strong but actually they are very courageous, thoughtful and calm. They need strong and consistent masters who can groom them well otherwise they can become stubborn. They can easily socialize if provided with proper pet care.

This dog is also called “home guard” because of their protective ability.

Sir Lancelot Encore- $ 155,000

It is a cloned dog which came into being in 2009. When the beloved dog of a couple from Florida died, they created a cloned copy of the beloved pet after one year. This cloned version was dubbed as “Lancelot Encore”. The couple bagged an impressive $ 1, 55000 in a dog-cloning auction held San Francisco.

White Lion Cubs – $ 138,000

These are usually found in South Africa and are considered to be very rare. The color is similar to normal lion but their skin texture is different from them. Because of the price, scarcity, demand and upkeep, it is one of the most difficult animals to get.

Stag Beetle – $ 89,000

This is a very unique insect which is known for antlers which come out of head. These are a famous pet in Japan. They are the creatures which are more active at night. It is quite easy to keep them as pet. With little pet care, you can keep them happy. They require small place and you can leave them alone for long time. Usually they are placed in plastic boxes and a wooden piece is put in the box to make them feel comfortable.

Palm Cockatoo – $ 16,000

Palm cockatoos are quite large (around 24 inches) in length. They are very intelligent but require strong training also from their masters. Usually, those bird lovers who have experienced in keeping large parrots are suggested to keep palm cockatoos .These are not usually preferred by new owners.

So, if you have flair and capacity to keep expensive animals as pets, there are many options for you.

If you want, you can enjoy the company of your “expensive” companion!

If you are crazy to know about expensive pets, you can log on to petsvilla.com. This site is a good source for pet lovers who want to know about different million- dollar pets.