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My son would like a pet but is allergic to all things furry :-( so we're thinking of maybe a lizard can anyone suggest a lizard which makes a good pet for a 6 year old very sensible boy. ta x ** …
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
My son would like a pet but is allergic to all things furry :-( so we're thinking of maybe a lizard
can anyone suggest a lizard which makes a good pet for a 6 year old very sensible boy. ta x

** must be a slow moving lizard, I don't want it escaping!
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#2
i once looked after my schools salamander (sp) when i was in primary school. it was lovely, i would recommend looking into them
1 Like #3
why not go with a tortoise
there a little expensive to buy but cheap to keep
lizards are fast and hard to hold in general
but if you want a lizard the bearded lizard is a ideal starter one
the dont mind being handled and are easy to keep
1 Like #4
how about a komoda dragon, they only grow to about 3meters
1 Like #5
Or Fish ?
1 Like #6
get a snake over a tortoise.....
#7


we've just been looking at that same page! I'll look into a salamander thanks x rep'd x

robertkay
why not go with a tortoise
there a little expensive to buy but cheap to keep
lizards are fast and hard to hold in general
but if you want a lizard the bearded lizard is a ideal starter one
the dont mind being handled and are easy to keep


Thanks we've just been looking at a website that suggest bearded dragons to be an ideal beginners lizard and also blue tongue skinks and my son likes the look of the bearded dragon so we'll look further into that thanks. we thought about a tortoise but we think he'd rather have a pet in his room that he got to look after himself.... I'd rather get a tortoise they seem much nicer! repd thanks x
#8
wickedteen
how about a komoda dragon, they only grow to about 3meters


yikes no ta! :w00t: lol

ChrisUK
Or Fish ?


I suggested a fish but he's not too keen

casparwhite
get a snake over a tortoise.....


defo not his mum is a wuss :oops:
#9
kirsty1981
we've just been looking at that same page! I'll look into a salamander thanks x rep'd x



Thanks we've just been looking at a website that suggest bearded dragons to be an ideal beginners lizard and also blue tongue skinks and my son likes the look of the bearded dragon so we'll look further into that thanks. we thought about a tortoise but we think he'd rather have a pet in his room that he got to look after himself.... I'd rather get a tortoise they seem much nicer! repd thanks x


the lizard if held regular will enjoy it and rise its chin so you can stroke it and your child will be to walk around the house with it on is body like a badge
only down size if the live crickets
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robertkay
the lizard if held regular will enjoy it and rise its chin so you can stroke it and your child will be to walk around the house with it on is body like a badge
only down size if the live crickets


ar he'd love that and the live crickets wouldn't bother him... he catches worse things in the garden :roll: we'll sit down a bit later today and find out a bit more about them... thanks again I think that's what he wants to go for. x:)
#11
the bearded lizard like attention and will let you stroke it you will be able to walk around with it sat on your chest or back or shoulder
only down side is feeding live crickets
but kids love them because they seem to recognise you
#12
thats because they want to eat you

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