Monday, September 27, 2010

How to Convince Your Parents to get you a Pet

Many kids beg and plead with their parents to get them a pet.  This can go on for years.  The problem is that sometimes the kids are not reasonable in their requests.  Kids do not understand why their parents say no (heck, sometimes the parents don't know why they are saying "no"). 
Here at the cabin we think that there are many facts that children must understand, and a few tips they should take to heart, especially when begging their parent to get them a pet.


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13 comments:

  1. perhaps parents don't want to get trouble in taking care of their children pets. children beg for pets just because they are funny or they may even jealous with their friends. but most of them cant keep the pets in a good way. if this happens parents should be the one who do. while on the other hand, parents are not ready for this.
    but i think parents should have more patient in teaching their children how is the good way in taking care of their pets. teach the children, that is the point.

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  3. Tell your parents about your experiences with a pet that brought on this need for a pet, but be willing to compromise depending on the environment and other issues that might arise.

    I find it is best to introduce the idea of a pet slowly into the household, for example having small pictures up on the wall, magazine articles spread on the coffee table, those sorts of ideas.

    A pet is a wonderful addition to any family; the family will be rewarded emotionally and probably even spiritually.

    I wish all the best for anyone trying to introduce a pet into a family.

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  4. The best way to help convince a parent that a child/young adult is ready for their first pet is start with something small, inexpensive and easy to take care of. A horse is not a good first choice!
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  6. It definitely happens a lot that parents end up taking care of the pet that the kids wanted so bad. If I were a kid trying to get my parents to agree to a pet, I would give them example of other ways I have been responsible and kept up my promises to do things or help out around the house. I would tell them I understand the consequences of not taking care of my pet. I would definitely not mention anything about pet hair, medical billing that will come from any veterinarian costs, or house training. Maybe agree to start out with a more low maintenance pet like a fish and see how that goes before getting a time consuming puppy.

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  11. As a dog trainer I have to agree with a previous poster who said to start with something small... and if the child shows appropriate responsiblity and trustworthiness, then graduate the child to other pets from there.

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