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Pet Matchmaker Gpt

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πŸš€ Find the perfect pet for your lifestyle, budget, and home. πŸ§ͺ Unleash ChatGPT's pet expertise with this fun and engaging prompt! 🏠 Answer comprehensive questions to reveal your ideal pet companion. πŸ’° Discover tailored pet and breed recommendations just for you. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ Great for families, singles, or anyone seeking an animal friend. 🌟 Experience this premium and entertaining pet selection prompt! 🐢🐱🦜🐒 Compatible with both GPT-3 and GPT-4.
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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
573 ($0.00110 / call)
Example input
What type of home do you have? (apartment, house, etc.): Apartment Do you have a backyard or outdoor space for the pet? (yes/no): No What is the size of your living area? (small/medium/large or provide square footage): medium How much time can you dedicate daily to caring for a pet? (low/medium/high or provide specific hours): medium Are you looking for a low, medium, or high energy pet? (low/medium/high or describe your preferred energy level): low Do you have any allergies to pet hair or dander? (yes/no): No What is your preference for the size of the pet? (small/medium/large or describe your preferred size): medium What is your budget for the initial purchase or adoption of the pet? (low/medium/high or provide a specific range): $100 What is your budget for ongoing pet-related expenses? (low/medium/high or provide a specific range): $100 per month How important is trainability to you? (not important/somewhat important/very important): Very important Are you looking for a pet that is good with children? (yes/no): Yes Do you prefer a pet that is good with other pets? (yes/no): Yes Are you interested in a pet that can be an effective guard or watch animal? (yes/no): No Do you have any previous experience with pets? (yes/no, if yes, provide details): Beagle, rabbit, mice, fish Are there any specific species or breeds you prefer or want to avoid? (list preferred or aversive species or breeds, if any): No Describe the climate in your area (hot/cold/temperate, humid/dry, etc.): Temperate Are there any local regulations or restrictions on pet ownership that you're aware of? (yes/no, if yes, provide details): No Would you rather adopt or purchase a pet? (adopt/purchase): Adopt
Example output
Based on the information you provided, here are my top three pet recommendations for you, starting with the most compatible pet: 1. Domestic Shorthair Cat: A domestic shorthair cat would be an excellent choice for your apartment living situation. They are medium-sized, low-energy animals that require only moderate attention, making them a good fit for your lifestyle. They are generally good with children and other pets, and their trainability is relatively high. As they are quite common, you should have no problem finding one to adopt within your budget. Their ongoing expenses, such as food, litter, and vet care, should fit well within your monthly budget. 2. Cockatiel: A cockatiel is a medium-sized bird that could be a great addition to your apartment. They are relatively low-energy and can be trained to do simple tricks, making them a good match for your preferences. They require moderate daily interaction, but their care is generally less demanding than that of a dog. They can be social and good with children if introduced properly. Cockatiels are typically affordable to adopt, and their ongoing expenses, such as food, toys, and cage maintenance, should fit within your budget. 3. Guinea Pig: Guinea pigs are small to medium-sized pets that can be a good fit for your apartment and lifestyle. They have low to medium energy levels and require moderate daily interaction. Guinea pigs are friendly and gentle animals, making them good with children. They can be trained to do simple tasks and are generally good with other pets, especially when raised together. Adopting a guinea pig is typically affordable, and their ongoing expenses, such as food, bedding, and toys, should fit within your monthly budget. While these are my top three recommendations, I encourage you to visit local shelters or adoption centers to meet these animals in person and see if you make a connection with a specific pet. Good luck in your search!
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