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Children learn wonderful life lessons from pets. Most parents know this and most experts agree. So your job is to pick those pets that are right for your children, your household and your life.
When picking a pet, choose one he can help nurture, feed, and care for. This helps develop good habits and attitudes in children.

The pet’s safety is also important so consider that too when choosing.

Young children shouldn’t be left alone with a pet because they could unintentionally hurt the animal. A child under five doesn’t have the ability to control his temper and should always

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According to the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry the boy or girl that has a pet is is taught to take care of it with kindness and patience, can learn a valuable lesson in how to respond to people. They also explain that neglecting or carelessly treating a pet is a bad lesson to a child and obviously not good for the pet.
When picking a pet for your child, it is vital to choose one he can help nurture, feed, and otherwise care for, which develops good habits and attitudes. The pet’s safety is also important. A child under school age shouldn’t be left alone with a pet.

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