Eventually, every parent is likely to hear: “Dad, may I get that Mcnab puppy?”
Rather than dodge the question, parents are advised to ponder whether their family is ready for a new puppy, especially a Mcnab, according to Sharon Bergen, senior vice president of education and training for Knowledge Learning Corporation, this nation’s leading provider of early childhood education and care.
When deciding “should we get the Mcnab” Bergen advises the parents evaluate the plusses and minuses of adding the Mcnab to the family before acquiescing to a child’s request. “The Mcnab can teach your children about responsibility and be a wonderful addition to a family-or it can be a burden,” she is quoted as saying. Bergen advises parents consider the following before deciding:
Questions to Think About Before Deciding Should You Get The Mcnab Puppy
Who is going to care for the Mcnab? Households must come to an agreement in advance who is to be responsible for walking feeding, bathing and cleaning up after the Mcnab.
Do you have space for the Mcnab, and does your landlord allow dogs? Families who live in townhouses or apartments may prefer a fish, a bird, or cat, instead of the Mcnab. Check at the library or Internet to find out more about Mcnabs to learn if another animal may be more suited for the household.
Raising the Mcnab is time consuming and not cheap. Family members has to understand that they will be expected to forsake other activities to properly care for the Mcnab. If the requirement is too much of a committment, you may suggest waiting until the child is committed enough to help care for the Mcnab.
Conclusion: Should You Get A Mcnab
Bergen advises the entire family meet the Mcnab prior to deciding to take it home. Raising the Mcnab is a long-term commitment, so think carefully before getting one.
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