Due to the somewhat unclear outlines of what, precisely, constitutes domestication, there are some species that may or may not be fully domesticated. There are also species that are extensively used or kept as pets by humans, but are not significantly altered from wild-type animals. Most animals on this second table are at least somewhat altered from wild animals by their extensive interactions with humans. Many could not be released into the wild, or are in some way dependent on humans.

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Choosing a Fish: How to Choose and Care for a Fish (American Humane Association Pet Care)

Bless Us All: A Child's Yearbook of Blessings (Classic Board Books)

What Pet Should I Get? (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

Saving Audie: A Pit Bull Puppy Gets a Second Chance

Boxers (Blastoff! Readers: Dog Breeds) (Blastoff! Readers: Dog Breeds: Level 4 (Library))

Adopting a Dog (Cats and Dogs: A Basic Training, Caring and Understanding Library)

Cuddly Rabbits/Conejos Encantadores (Pet Corner/Rincon de Las Mascotas)

Who Wants to Be My Pet? (Read Aloud Children Books | Read Aloud Books for Kids Book 4)

A House for Little Red (Beginning to Read-Easy Stories)

Some Dogs Talk (c.a.m.p. shorts Book 1)

Things You Should Know About Baby Animals (Things You Should Know About...)

Larvae of darkling beetles (Tenebrio molitor and Zophobas morio)

Absolutely Lucy #3: Look at Lucy! (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))

Oh, the Pets You Can Get! (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)

Bless the Beasts: Pet Parables: For Kids Of All Ages

The Stray Dog: From a True Story by Reiko Sassa

Wanted! A Guinea Pig Named Henry (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Rainbow Street Shelter (Pb))

Jeff and Alice/Jeff y Alicia: There's No Place Like Home / No Hay Lugar Como El Hogar

Care for a Pet Parrot (A Robbie Reader) (How to Convince Your Parents You Can...)

Argentine and Cranwell's horned frogs (Ceratophrys ornata & C. cranwelli)

Archaeozoology has identified 3 classes of animal domesticates: (1) commensals, adapted to a human niche (e.g., dogs, cats, guinea pigs); (2) prey animals sought for food (e.g., cows, sheep, pig, goats); and (3) targeted animals for draft and nonfood resources (e.g., horse, camel, donkey).[2]

Seaman's Journal: On the Trail With Lewis and Clark

Kitty's First Year: A Record Book and Keepsake (Abby and Tess Pet-Sitters)

Favorite Pets: A step-by-step drawing and story book for preschoolers (Watch Me Draw)

The Cat Says Meow: Caring for Your Cat for Kids - Pet Books for Kids - Children's Animal Care & Pets Books

. Silkie Chickens. Silkie Chickens Care, Breeding, Eggs, Raising, Welfare and Keeping Them Happy, Bearded, Non Bearded, Bantoms, Buying, as Pets, Blac

AMAZING LABRADORS: A Children's Book About Labrador Retriever's Amazing Facts, Figures and Pictures/Photos: (Dog Books For Kids)

The Kitten - It's not easy to be me: (Good Dream Story# 9) (Books for children - Beautiful Illustrations story book - Bedtime Stories For Kids Age 3-10 - Children's Books)

ZIPPY THE PIPPY PUPPY! (Children Books: Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 3-10): Kids Books - Bedtime Stories For Kids - Children Books - Early Readers (Fun Time Series for Beginning Readers)

AMAZING YORKSHIRE TERRIERS: A Children's Book About Yorkshire Terriers Dogs and their 12 Amazing Facts, Figures, Pictures and Photos: (Dog Books For Kids)

Taking Care of Your Gerbils (Young Pet Owner's Guide)

Freckles and the Less Fortunate (Freckles the Bunny Series) (Volume 2)

Argentine And Cranwells Horned Frogs

The Berenstain Bears' Trouble with Pets (Berenstain First Time Chapter Books)

My Dog Is My Best Friend (with images of dogs)

Clifford's Happy Mother's Day (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Clifford the Big Red Dog)

Henry and Mudge: The First Book (Henry & Mudge Books (Simon & Schuster))

My Pet is a Problem: Poems about animal embarrassments

Crimson, eastern and western rosellas (Platycercus elegans, P. eximius & P. icterotis)