Friday, July 28, 2006


Interacting with our pets is one of the most enjoyable things we do.
What a difference they make in our lives whether we are children or senior citizens, couch potatoes or exercise enthusiasts, we can share much of our daily lives with our pets.
Children and dogs are a natural, but because of a child's small size and unpredictable behaviour there are several things every pet owner or parent should know about children and dogs.
By the time children are seven or older some of them are ready to start to develop a rewarding relationship with a dog.
If you want to see true happiness just look at the face of an 8-year-old when he/she holds their new lab puppy in their arms for the first time.
Dogs can help teach a child responsibility, patience, empathy, and compassion, but remember, no young child is capable of properly training or completely caring for a dog, so the parent must always ultimately take full responsibility for the pet.
There is no greater relationship than that between a child and their dog.
Follow some good common sense precautions and choose the right dog at the right time for your child. A child and a dog both require a huge investment of your time. If you devote the time to both, your rewards will be far greater than anything money could ever buy.


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