Can having a pet help your child’s grades soar? Studies show that just might be the case.
Some well-documented reasons, as noted in this Pet360 post, to let your child become a pet mini-parent include health benefits (proven by therapy dogs and cats) and improved social development (through taking responsibility for their furry friend). But now there’s another significant factor to consider: Scientific research shows that pets can actually improve a child’s grades.
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Do you agree with the findings? If you have pets do you find they help make your children more responsible? We’d love to hear!