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Warning signs from your child that is dangerous to pets (View 10793/Answer 0)

             

               Naturally, children are interested in interacting with and getting a reaction from the family pet. It’s not strange that they will hide food, play a little too harsh, put make up or play dress up with the pet and use hair products on her. In these situations, the recommendations from parents is so necessary due to the pet may feel uncomfortable or get danger if ingest dangerous substances.

               However, it will be more concerned when your child intends to hurt an animal. Whether the cause is from the pressure from friends or someone call for help. The cruelty to an animal by intention is not the behavior that children can change when they grow up. The help from a professional may be necessary to prevent behavior problems that can stay with a child until he is adult or even showing the aggressions to the other people.

               The following behaviors may tell you that you need to recommend your child away from cruel behaviors toward animals.

  • Chase an escaping pet.

  • Shut a pet in a closet.

  • Leave a pet outdoors.

  • Feed dangerous human food to a pet knowingly or unknowingly.

  • Feed dangerous human medicines to a pet to see how the effects of the medicines are.

  • Put rubber bands on animal paws.

  • Paint a pet’s body.

  • Put a small animal in the microwave, washing machine or other appliances.

  • Set up a fight between pets or allow one pet chasing another pet.

  • Get happy from seeing a scaring or suffering pet.

  • Respond to adult’s scold by to be the enemy with a pet.

  • Burn an animal.

  • Tease an animal with firecrackers.

  • Show off to the other people by handle cruelly of a pet repeatedly.

  • Leave an animal in dangerous situations such as bringing her to the road or dangling her outside a window.

What you need to do.

                If you find your children putting a pet into dangerous situations repeatedly, teach them immediately that you can’t accept these behaviors. The following suggestions may help.

  • Don’t neglect or accept unfriendly behaviors to pets. Most children, when are managed as though they’ve committed a serious fault. They will think again before doing that behavior again.

  • Use the serious tone of voice as same as the tone you will use when you see your child is running across the road without stopping to look for the oncoming traffic.

  • Use easy and clear statement such as “We do not harm animals”. It will be far more effective than long statement.

  • If your child is still kicking, beating, pinching or teasing your pet in spite of repeatedly getting corrections, consult with your pediatrician or an expert in children development.

  • You have to be a good role model. Never hit, jerk, shake or shout to your family pet because your child may imitate you and do far more.

  • If you exaggerate angry toward your pet. Show your child that apologizing to the pet is the right thing as same as you will apologize the other people.

  • If your teenage child involves with the family dog in high risk activities such as dog fighting. Not only you should intervene, but you should check whether you child is being influenced by drugs, alcohol, gambling or other behaviors that are not good for health involve with friend’s pressure.

  • Please remember that for most children, learning to sympathy or respect toward animals is part of regular socialization process. These values will instill as same as learning not to hit or tease friends.

Original article is from aspca.org





             

 

 

              


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