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Pets Trivia Fun Facts

Boost your memory and knowledge with these pet trivia quiz fun facts. These will help you to learn about your pets in an intriguing way.

Fortunately, it is a productive way to keep your children busy. Read these fun facts and explore amazing things about the animal kingdom.

Pets Fun Facts

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A short-legged dog, the dachshund was bred to hunt badgers and other animals living in burrows or small caves. The name "dachshund" literally means "badger dog" in German. Badger is "dachs" in German.
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The most popular dog breed in the US and Britain is Labrador. This breed is called a type of Retriever and originated from Newfoundland, Canada in early 19th century.
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Cats have fewer toes on back paws compared to front paws. They have eighteen toes.
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The Mongolian gerbil or Mongolian jird is a small rodent belonging to the subfamily Gerbillinae. They live in sand dunes, deserts, and semi-arid areas. The Mongolian gerbil is an interesting animal to keep as a pet because of their calm and friendly nature.
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In 2011, 47% of the households owned a dog. At 2021 it was already 59%. In the last decade dog ownership has seen a massive rise, an increase in buying dogs from pet shops, online, and buying puppies directly from breeders.
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Bearded Dragons (Pogona) are popular pets because they are fairly easy to take care of, suitable even for novices. They look tough and mean, but in reality, bearded dragons are gentle creatures that adore the attention of their owner.
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Guinea pigs are rodents who belong to the family Caviidae. They were first domesticated in South America over 9,000 years ago.
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The cockapoo is a dog crossbreed most commonly bred from the standard-sized Poodle and the miniature sized Poodle, with less commonly seen breedings of the Toy Poodle and Cocker Spaniel.
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Rabbits come in different colors and sizes. Some of the world's most popular breeds include the Dutch, Mini rex and the Himalayan. Rabbits, known as bunnies or bunny rabbits, are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha.
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Tabby cats with an M on their forehead can be found in many parts of the world. Tabbies are one of the most common and well-loved domestic cats. They are also called moggies.