Almost every child sooner or later asks parents to make it to a pet. Communication with our smaller brethren, is undoubtedly helpful for the child, because he learns to care about someone, to take responsibility. However, to this communication was pleasant and safe, it is important to choose a pet. What kind of pet to give a child?

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Moving child unlikely to enjoy a relaxed, slow turtle is tired of him. But any "active" animal, whether a puppy or a smart decorative mouse will bring baby a lot of joy.

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Almost each child wants to take their pet on hand, to stroke it. But certain types of animals very painfully react to all sorts of "grab-Sy" and hugs. For example, the chinchilla is a very beautiful fur animal – not like when it take on hands, the wet hands she gets in "coat".

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