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- 3 weeks ago
Stick to sugar gliders, American opossums, or common wallabies if you're ready to put in the effort to get their diet right. Wallabies thrive in zoos and in the wild in any temperate climate, but because they don't reproduce quickly, they do no harm in areas where they have escaped and established feral colonies.
- garryLv 61 month ago
roos can be savage , not the best pet as long as there left alone and an acre of back yard to roam .
- 1 month ago
no not good pets plus there are laws in every 19 states that you need to have to able own a wild life animals .
owning an exotic pet : Legalites & Liabilities in U.S
19 states have comprehensive Banned on owning an exotic pets and 4 states have no statewide laws or Liabilities about owning an animal classified as 'exotic ' while many people want one of the numerous options of exotic animals for their pets.there are several legal and insurance issues that people must go through before legally owning one of these animals .some individuals strongly believe exotic animals should never be pets while other disagree and will do all they can to purchase one.
what you need to know .
1 in 10 americans owns one or more exotic pets according to the american veterinary Medical Association.
19 states have comprehensive bans regarding exotic animals in places .
4 states such Alabama , Nevada , North carolina , wisconsin have no state wide regulations of exotic animals .
owing an exotic animal will almost always require more expensive homeowners insurance coverage.
So alot of people all agree owing an exotic pet has become an important issue with implications ranging from public health and safety to individual rights and liberties.
the new laws in U.S . the one subject that will come up later in the article is insurance for an exotic animals as pets owner, having their pet damage someone or that person 's property can leand to lawsuits .this is no different than if you were to hit someone with your car . you would face legal penalties.
- 1 month ago
For some people. I don't keep kangaroors, my dogs (Raven, Greylina, Sora, Hashbrown, and Gina) would probably chase it. They need lots of room to run and jump and graze, though. With a lawn without chemicals.
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- ?Lv 51 month ago
Yes, Keeping and breeding kangaroos are definitely not for everyone, but we love it! Kangaroos need plenty of room to run and graze
- JazSincLv 71 month ago
No. Your pet will punch someone. Best check to make sure your insurance is up to date.
- ausblueLv 71 month ago
is illegal to have them as pets
- Anonymous1 month ago
Sure if you don't mind kicking biting punching foul tempered beasts.
- 8 Plus 1 FingerLv 61 month ago
They are illegal to own as pets in the US(at least in FL they are).
- 1 month ago
No, they’re bl00dy hopping.Source(s): Couldn’t resist it