by Paul Callis
As time goes on, pets become more and more popular. As more generations are born, as more famous people have them, more and more of us decide to make the responsible decision of housing some animal in some shape or form into our loving home. Everyone should always bare in mind that pets are living animals, and need to be treated correctly, and that they are not just a fashion accessory, and not just for a few months, if you take on the responsibility of owning a pet, then you should be responsible until the day it dies, and not neglect the animal in any way, shape or form.
With celebrity news, getting pushed more and more in the faces of daily news readings and television adverts, the general public are seeing a dramatic increase in famous people owning their own pets. Whether it is a guinea pig, snake, monkey, dog, or even an elephant, they all have one animal, and flaunt it around just as much as they do themselves. Due to this their pets have to look the very best, and so they dress them in gold, silver, diamonds, and designer clothes, and spend more on them than the average person earns per year.
Due to this pet supplies, have become widely available, with shops popping up on most high streets, even in places you would not even dream of looking. The internet allows you to pick and choose between almost thousands of online stores, allowing consumers to locate exactly what they want and for the very best price.
The extend of supplies has grown from a typical black dog collar for less than a dollar, to designer collars, with diamonds costing more than the average car. A pet owner can literally order anything for their pet now, due to the popularity of owning one in modern times, and the effect that celebrities have had. Dogs and cats are still top of the rankings when it comes to popular pets, as well as fish, and practically everything you can buy as a human is now available for your pet dog or cat.
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