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Pets have been shown to provide much positive health and emotional benefits for adults and children. Perhaps you have a pet now, or you may be thinking of getting one for your child.


Over time your pet and your child probably grow together to be best pals. But this would need some help and vigilance from you.


Of course, you may do different things to help the bonding between kid and pet, depending on who comes first to the family, but it is very important to be very careful.


In the beginning, is better don’t let them alone and together; although it is important that they play together and respect each other.


Remember that are some animals, like lizards, frogs or turtles that aren’t a good pet for children under five because they can carry germs potentially dangerous for the children.