Chances are that almost no one gets a pet planning to give it up. That decision is usually made, often reluctantly, when the pet has unanticipated needs or causes problems. Interviews with people relinquishing animals have shown that a substantial number had misconceptions about their pet’s needs or its behavior. Many owners, for example, believed that female dogs and cats should be allowed to have a litter of young before being spayed.
Read More: Traditional vs Electronic Fencing
Others were unaware of behavioral differences associated with breeds or had erroneous beliefs about the underlying causes of animal behaviors. It is wise for you and your children to learn as much as you can before you make the decision to get any pet, whatever it might be.
Pic of the Day: We have two skinny cats, and one fat one.