Pets for children can become real friends, if parents with the birth of a child is to teach him with respect and attention to Pets. Communicating with animals will bring a lot of happy moments not only for baby but also you. In addition, many pussies is able to relieve stress and lift the spirits of their owners.
How to choose a pet for the kid?
Before you have a pet, you need to carefully weigh the pros and cons of its location in your home, or instead of the positive moments of communication with the animal you’ll only get a headache. Before you choose a pet for a child, carefully analyze the situation:
first make sure there is mutual desire of all members of the family to have a pet. If someone in household is categorically against a new tenant, the presence of an animal in the house will not bring much joy;
secondly, select the kind of pet. Animals of different breeds require special care, special diets and special conditions of accommodation, so consider your possibilities, not only physical but also financial;
thirdly, decide on the age of the pet, small animals, of course, very cute and will immediately attract the attention of the baby, but adults will sobirayut much less care and from the first minutes of being in the house will be helpful to host a small; Continue reading
Many parents have this kind of animal causes, to put it mildly, disgusted. But the kids just love hamsters, Guinea pigs, gray mice, and even rats. If no dog, no cat, no parrot, not even the fish you don’t want to have – agree, at least, a Guinea pig. It will be a true friend of your baby and will not require you too much time. For normal living Guinea pig will need only a small cage, feeder and drinker. Of course, it doesn’t give up other amenities, such as the beautiful house in which to sleep, and hide from danger. But in fact Guinea pigs love to move freely throughout the room. Keep in mind this point. Feeding rodents is not difficult. Even a small child will cope with this task. Guinea pigs love greens, fresh vegetables and fruits.
Kids get very attached to these animals. With them is always fun to play, because Guinea pigs are very friendly and require a lot of attention, otherwise they are just boring.
Play with a Guinea pig for the baby is absolutely safe. They do not bite and do not scratch, as very patient.
For your child you can also have a turtle, rabbit, pig, iguana or chameleon. The animal you choose – the rules remain timize. Take note of all the nuances associated with one or another pet. Consult with a psychologist – it will help to choose the animal that corresponds to the nature of the child. Consult your pediatrician – he will define degree of risk of various diseases that can cause Pets. And most importantly – keep in mind your baby’s desire and the degree of their readiness to acquire additional “child”.
Taking your family in another member – be prepared for the fact that your lifestyle will change. Strengthen security measures, not to have to look for an animal shelter outside your home:
– Do not leave children alone with Pets. Some of them definitely can be affected. Continue reading
Although the death of a pet can be very heartbreaking event for children, even in this case, the child gets a valuable lesson of life, and you can psychologically prepare him for the losses that await him in the future. There is no person on earth who has not lost something or someone. Therefore, let it not be considered a reason why you refuse a child dealing with pet.
Many of my warmest childhood memories associated with my own Pets – I loved them, trusted them, did homework with them, included communication with them in all aspects of their lives, including holidays, such as birthdays, New year and Christmas. I remember well the day each of my beloved Pets died, and every time I was heartbroken and cried for several days. I made a separate photo Album for each of my Pets and he watched, remembering those good times.
Looking back, I realize how these events taught me of life and love, and helped me to explore relationships that arise between the child and his pet. So, Pets are valuable teachers throughout their lives, and this includes even the sad side of life and death.
Besides communication, there are many benefits for a child living with animals. And as a parent,I witness on a daily basis of their own experience, about the joy my Pets bring to my daughter – her face lights up when her pet enters the room, and she celebrates even small interactions with him.
So, if you are considering the purchase or “adoption” of a pet, you can be helpful are some tips about the wonderful benefits that your kids will get from their relationship with animals. Continue reading