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Never make your pet feel left out. Most of the time a pet will be a loyal companion to the right owner. You never want to show disrespect to your pet, because they will turn hateful in return. Don’t yell at your pet, keep calm and show them affection.
We need to treat animals like we treat everyone else. They are just like us; they just can’t communicate by talking. They may tend to get on your nerves, but don’t people as well.
Pets are also good for children. Pets will help teach a small child responsibility and how to take care of someone else. You want to teach your child to be polite, easy, and caring for your pet so they will do the same to others. Children learn from experience and pets can influence how they interact.
Don’t just do a minimum for your pet. Go above and beyond to make sure your pet is well taken care of. Make sure you keep their shots up to date and make sure they are feed on a regular basis. Don’t forget the water!
Love your pets and they will love you back.



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