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Families with children should think well before buying pets!

Families with children should think well before buying pets!

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Growing up with a cat or dog makes a significant contribution to children, both socially and emotionally. It also strengthens their ability to take responsibility. According to a research conducted by the Interdisciplinary Research on Human-Animal Relationship (IEMT-Interdisziplinaere Erforschung der Mensch-Tier-Beziehung) in Switzerland, four out of every five children enjoy playing with animals and two-thirds of them enjoy playing with animals. According to the same study, 50 percent of children see their animals as a patient listener and even a protector. Dennis Turner, Behavioral Scientist and Cat Specialist, underlines that the social, emotional and spiritual development of children growing up with animals is better than others.

Based on these facts, parents who want to take their pets home need to be extremely careful. Because taking home animals in good faith can harm both the child and the animal. First of all, it is important to remember that many children who want to have an animal, this request is temporary. In this respect, parents need to be sure how stable their child is at this request. This is because many animals, who are taken home at the request of the children, encounter situations such as loneliness, hunger and inactivity if the child and the parent's interest decreases. Some of them are left to the streets or shelters…Parents should take over when the child leaves responsibilityPsychologist Zaza Yurtsever points out that parents who want to buy animals for their children should first prepare them to share the same house with an animal. It may be useful to read books, do research on the Internet, and consult with people with experience. Again, according to the results of IEMT research, it is beneficial for parents to take into account the age of the children when it comes to the care of the animal. In addition, children should be talked about their responsibilities and even a written agreement should be made before taking the animals home. This agreement may contain items that answer questions such as who owns the animal, who will assume responsibility for feeding, care, taking out, taking it to the vet, and who will be responsible for the animal during the holidays. What should be done when responsibilities are not fulfilled must also be determined in advance. One of the most important issues to remember here is that the biggest responsibility of the animal belongs to the parents. When children do not take care of the animal, parents should take responsibility for the animal.Al Before taking the pet home.• If your child is a monkey appetite by nature and soon gets tired of his toys, he will then exhibit the same attitude to the animal. • If your child is not attentive to animals and is afraid of the animals, then solve this problem before you take the animal home. • Tell your child that the animal is not a toy, but a living being • Check if your child has time for a pet. Some children's school obligations and hobbies are not eligible to take a pet in. • Check if you or your child have any allergies before taking a pet home. • If you are not, you should check in advance whether your monthly income is eligible for an animal. Because the animal will have its own expenses • Is your home eligible for an animal?

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