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How to Look After Velociraptor Pet?

Sit, Stay, Destroy CARING FOR YOUR PET RAPTOR Keeping a baby raptor in your apartment may sound daunting, but it's easily manageable with a few key tips and tricks. Here's a guide to keeping your apartment safe with your newly adopted hatchling. RAPTOR FACTS The translates to "speedy thief" in Latin, so make sure you lock up those treats. "velociraptor" All raptors ha sickle-shaped talon on Raptor tails are made of hard, fused bones. That tail helps them the second toe of keep their balance when they run. If you don't have a tail made of fused bones, don't even try to each foot that will tear the stuffing right out of a sofa. Be prepared to go through a few sets of furniture before your raptor is trained properly. catch them. imtu raptors Ø unfue o In the wild, raptors eat reptiles, amphibians, insects, small dinosaurs They are generally about three feet tall and weigh up to 35 pounds, so be sure to check your apartment's lease to see what the maximum and mammals. Do not leave these guys on their own at the dog park until they're properly trained. allowed weight for pets is. RAPTOR TIPS *DISCLAIMER: Always read your apartment's lease carefully before purchasing a baby dinosaur. Be sure your apartment community allows pets up to 35 pounds, and does not have breed restrictions that only allow herbivores. Locks and security Make sure all your cabinets and doors lock. Raptors are very intelligent due to the large size of their brain relative to their body. Not only can they open knobs and turn door handles, but they love to do so. Bar the windows to keep your pet from escaping. Since raptors can easily bite through plastic, steel is best. Install a bar lock on the outside of your door to use when you leave in the morning, as your raptor may try to escape. Crate them when you're away to protect your home from complete destruction. A crate of 12'x15'x20' is perfect. Be aware that crates made from wood or steel (recommended, as raptors can chew through lighter materials too easily) can weigh up to half a ton, so check with your landlord to see how much weight your apartment can hold. Destructive / Disruptive Behaviors Raptors are pack animals and are good at working together. So keep in mind that if there's another pet raptor in your neighborhood, your furniture will be shredded twice as fast. Raptors love to chew. Coat cords, furniture and other tempting targets in foil to discourage this. Raptors can jump 30 feet in the air – fun for tricks but not great for ceiling fans. Remove anything hanging from the ceiling until your raptor is trained not to jump indoors. Raptors can easily chew through your freezer to get at delicious frozen meats. Invest in a steel-plated sub-zero freezer, or see if your neighbors will store your food for you. Raptors can shriek very loudly. Consider soundproofing your apartment to avoid angering your neighbors. At roughly $2,000 to $3,000 per room, soundproofing is an almost-affordable and smart option. Remember to check with your property manager before making any alterations. Diet and Nutrition Your raptor will be a clever girl (or boy). Buy him or her an Interactive SmartBrain Raptor Treat Ball for mental stimulation. Simply fill the ball with hunks of raw meat, then watch as your raptor tries to figure out how to get at the treats inside – or shreds the SmartBrain ball in seconds. Mimic your raptor's wild diet as much as possible. Feed it a mix of crickets, mealworms, live rats and meat from larger animals. Store live insects in your fridge to keep them dormant until they're released into your raptor's food bowl. Raptors don't need as much water as mammalian pets, but that doesn't stop them from drinking from the toilet. Use baby-proofing mechanisms on the lid, and install a chain flush, which they aren't able to use. Alternatively, consider removing your toilet entirely. Exercise and Care Play apartment-safe games with your raptor. Your hatchling willI love chasing Your raptor will need to go for long runs, so make sure you have an unbreakable leash. Carbon fiber is popular after balls or indestructible toys. Find raptor toys made of wood or metal, throw them for your raptor and quickly get out of the way. Don't forget to move all your furniture or it will quickly be destroyed. with owners who are worried about steel chains pinching their raptors' scales. Raptors need exercise. After you've bonded with your new pet, hop on a motorcycle and take him for a run! Make sure you keep your eye on him; the highways are full of distractions and potential meals. Someone's going to sleep well tonight! Caring for a raptor hatchling may sound intimidating, but if you just keep your little guy crated; don't leave it alone for extended periods of time; baby-proof all knobs, doors and toilets; bar your windows; never leave food out; always stay away from its teeth; don't irritate it with loud noises; don't let it anywhere near small dogs or babies; and never make eye contact; you can lead a long and happy life side-by-side with your hatchling. NATION'S LEADING APARTMENT RESOURCE

How to Look After Velociraptor Pet?

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Velociraptors are definitely not common choice when it comes to pets, but you never know what the future holds! Check out the ultimate guide to looking after raptors or any other pets you may choose t...




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