Hermit crabs are easy to care for and can be great pets for kids who are fascinated by marine life. They do require a specific type of habitat and may not be suitable for young children.
Rabbits are social and can make great pets for kids who want a pet that is playful and interactive. They do require daily exercise and interaction, however.
Tarantulas can be great pets for older kids who are interested in spiders and arachnids. They do require a specific type of habitat and can be dangerous, so they may not be suitable for younger children.
Guinea pigs can make great pets for kids who want a more interactive pet. They require a bit more space than hamsters, but are still relatively low-maintenance.
Hamsters are small and easy to care for, making them a popular choice for kids. They do require daily interaction and exercise, however.
Gerbils can require some persistence while endeavoring to tame them, yet they can turn out to be very agreeable with customary taking care of.
Hardier than the delicate cleaned geckos, unshaven mythical serpents don't ordinarily chomp and are the ideal size for little hands.
Axolotls can make fascinating pets for responsible and dedicated children who are willing to provide them with the appropriate care and attention they need to thrive in captivity.
Leopard geckos are among the least demanding reptiles to take care of appropriately, yet they should eat live bugs.
This highly intelligent and energetic breed often has striking blue eyes that can contrast with its black and white or red and white coat.