While all animals create some form of waste, be it the result of dander or bodily functions, some can be considered cleaner pets than others. Certain reptiles, such as a snake, and algae-eating fish, such as a plecostomus, require little in the way of clean up. Reptile cages should be given a general wipe-down daily and a more thorough washing weekly. If the reptiles are kept in their cages most or all of the time, the mess should stay confined to that one area and not spread throughout your house. A well maintained fish tank, on the other hand, only requires cleaning on an as-needed basis depending on the cleanliness of the filter. It is recommended that you wait at least a week between cleanings to give your fish time to adjust to their “new” environment.
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