Easiest House Pets to Take Care Of

Fish: . Anyway, fish should be one of the easiest pets to take care of, so it's suitable if you have a busy job, or doesn't want to walk your pet or interact much with them.

Hamster: After she finishes her homework she will go to her room do some arts and crafts then go straight to the cage.

Dog: ou stay at home a lot... If you don't, they will escape and run off. They get distracted by noises and sometimes run off into roads. Unfortunately, most huskies die the road and getting hit. 

cat: It is the only domesticated species in the family Felidae and is often referred to as the domestic cat to distinguish it from the wild members of the family

Lizard: Lizards are a widespread group of squamate reptiles, with over 7,000 species, ranging across all continents except Antarctica, as well as most oceanic island chains. 

Frog: They are very easy to take care for, they don't smell, and you don't have to be home all of the time to watch them. Mine knew who I was and would my finger around if I traced it on the glass. 

Turtle: They need a basking light, a uv light, proper bedding, and a basking area. They also need proper food and a fairly large tank.

Bird: Training them is a whole 'nother story. I got the most untrained adult birds in the world, but I managed to get them to eat from my hand, perch on it while eating.

Hermit Crabs: I had hermit crabs. They required a moderate amount of work. They are a nice pet to have, but the environment has to be right. I had to get a heater pad to go under the tank.

Worms: Mealworms are great. Get a plastic storage bin, shoebox size. Drill holes around the top lip of the container. Add a container of rolled oats. Keep it dry! Dump in your mealworms add a carrot.