A well-known fact that kids and Pets get along well together. Most children just love kittens, puppies, hamsters and Guinea pigs. There is a family that from generation to generation has already been made to have in the house Pets. Child birth is in the company of four-legged friends, and can’t even imagine that there is different.
But not everyone has the opportunity to buy a puppy or kitten because of time constraints, or from a mere reluctance to Tinker. Usually in such cases the children clamoured, and sometimes require to have a hamster, fish, parrot, dog, chinchilla, well, at least someone! The list can be continued indefinitely. To acquire a living being, a true friend to communicate with him.
Animals are friends, not toys
The beneficial effect of animals on children’s psyche proved a long time ago. Living beings create a sense of mental equilibrium and complete fusion with nature. We must not forget that the co-existence of the child and the pet will not be as perfect. First of all, it is a huge responsibility. We must teach the child not to torture representative of the animal world, and show how to properly care. Continue reading
Pets are part of the lives of many children. Parent involvement, open discussion and planning, it is usually necessary to help the child to have a positive experience owning a pet.
A child who learn to care for their animals, be kind to him and patient, gain experience and learn to treat people the same way. Irresponsible attitude to the animal is harmed and the child and the animal.
Choosing an appropriate animal
Despite the fact that any animal can bring the child pleasure, it is important to choose the right animal for your family, your home and your lifestyle. As well as this, for you will be able to care for your child.
You should seriously consider the establishment of exotic and unusual animals, caring for them can be quite difficult.
Care for animals
Caring for an animal helps a child to develop communication skills. However, the basic principles are as follows:
Young children (3-4 years old) can’t control their aggression and anger, so should be supervised by parents when in contact with animals.
Children (under 10 years) are not always able to take care of your animal yourself. Continue reading