So, you’re thinking about adopting a Pet Rock and becoming a new Pet Rock parent. But wait… bet the number one question on your mind is--- how do I choose which breed is right for me?!
Well there are literally thousands of different rock breeds out there and you’re sure to find one that’s right for you and your family. While most rocks are pretty quiet and easygoing, there are some breeds that are a bit louder and require more attention than others.
If you’re fairly active, out and about or love to travel… River Rock might be the breed for you as they love being outdoors and are perfectly happy doing whatever it is you’re doing.
That being said… a Diamond might not be best suited to your family as the REALLY require A LOT of attention and you will rarely ever want to leave this breed alone and unattended!
The key is to take your time and read up as much as you can about each breed and make an educated decision on which one is right for you, your family and your lifestyle.
The team at Rock Rescue had provided a complete list of the most popular rock breeds out there for you to review but we read over the exhaustive list ourselves and honestly, we figured you would get bored reading it. So, we cut it down to the most popular types in the three rock categories…
Some popular sedimentary rocks are: · argillite · breccia · chalk · chert · claystone · coal · conglomerate · dolomite · limestone · gypsum · greywacke · mudstone · shale · siltstone · turbidite
The most popular metamorphic rocks are: · amphibolite · schist (blueschist, greenschist, micaschist, etc) · eclogite · gneiss · hornfels · marble · migmatite · phyllite · quartzite · serpentinite slate
The most popular types of igneous rocks are: · andesite · basalt · dacite · dolerite (also called diabase) · gabbro · diorite · peridotite · nepheline · obsidian · scoria · tuff volcanic bomb
We’ve also included some of the popular precious Pet Rock…
· Alexandalites · Aquamarines · Diamonds · Emeralds · Opals · Pearls · Rubies · Sapphires · Spinels · Topaz
If you find yourself having difficulty choosing your new pet rock, you can always ask our team of experts who can help review your choice and ensure a good fit for you, your family and your lifestyle.