Having a pet teaches your child a great deal of responsibility, especially if you allow your child to really help in taking care of the pet. Your child will have to be in charge of another life, which can teach anyone responsibility. You should allow your child to: -Feed the pet and give it water.
-If it's a small pet such as a guinea pig or hamster, let them help clean out the cage. -If it's a puppy, allow your child to let it outside or take it for a short walk. -Help in grooming the animal.
When your child has to take care of the animal, they will get a good understanding of what it's like totake care of a human being and it will teach them that responsibility is more important that they think. Understanding nature and living.
Having a pet will help your child understand the beauty of nature. They will also have a better understanding of animals. Many children have watched so many cartoons that they think animals really do talk and live like humans, so actually having an animal of their own will teach them lessons of reality. Having a friend.
Children start to think of their pets as their friends or members of the family. Many children call their animals their best friends, and there is nothing wrong with that. Your child could have the same pet for years, which teaches them about unconditional love, because no matter what pets do wrong, you can't just stop loving them. Having fun. ...