Christopher Adams, creator of ModestFish, says that fish are mostly ‘seen as low-maintenance pets’ before people know just how much effort needs to be put into them. Typically, however, that’s because people choose the wrong kinds of fish. If you want a low-maintenance fish, go to Betta. Low-Maintenance Pets
Adams says, “Betta fish are stunning, really hardy, and you can have an awesome low-maintenance setup,” It is recommended that you purchase a five-gallon aquarium package that is the right size for the Betta fish. “And once your tank is ready, you only need to feed them once a day—or get an automatic fish feeder—and replace 15 percent of the water each week.” Low-Maintenance Pets
“We’ve never taken him into a dog groomer. His short hair doesn’t need any trimming,” JP says. “And the truth is, we only walk him about 30 minutes a day, and play fetch or tug of war for about 10 minutes, and that’s enough to keep him in shape.” All of this, alongside the small size of pugs, makes them one of the dog breeds with the lowest maintenance.
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