If you’ve seen a boy and his dog happily whiling summer afternoons together, you’ve found very happy parents as well. Children who play with dogs are able to spend time outside the house and the kids don’t have their noses stuck on cellphones or tablets. Their sense of adventure is kept alive and sustained by the antics of a four-legged friend.
There are people who are against the idea of letting kids have pet dogs because they are afraid. Dogs do bite, but that only happens when it is under attack. It doesn’t bite people it knows and recognize as its master – or friend. A kid and his dog will go a long way in life together. When the child battles sadness or loneliness, he will not turn to bullying or depression, and will instead seek the comfort and support of his trusted pet.
Kids who are left alone at home while their parents are away often need a sitter to watch over them. The sitter will just turn on the TV or give the kid a gadget to play with so she can mind her own business. However, with a dog around, they will all be forced to go out to the park or the yard to walk the dog and play with him. This not only promotes exercise, but also keeps your kid from developing an addiction to gagets. You also won’t be worried about the kid just being online the whole time and be exposed to predators who prey on innocent children.
Dogs give out more love than they receive, and this infographic shows just how much dogs should be welcomed in every home.
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