Christmas is the time people get new pets

Meet …. we are not sure help us pick a name for him…. Please


Christmas is the time people get new pets. As a lot of times our children will ask for a puppy. So we go out and pick one up for the children. Not thinking about all the work involved in training them.

So Please if you get a pet for your children make sure everyone in the household is ready for the challenges that comes with owning a pet. And that they are willing to help take care of the pets.

As Charlie has several dogs and he knows how to take care of them and what we expect but here lately he hasn’t been wanting to take care of the dogs the way they need to. So I am to the point of just giving them away.

So this morning I am going to order him some books on pets and what the responsibility of the owners is. And he and David will have to sit down and read the books together. Then sign a pet contract I have written up.

If they break the contract then the puppies will go to a shelter so they can get a home that will take care of them the way they need to be taken care of. Now if your asking what about me I also have to sign the contract as I also have some puppies.


Pet & Pet Care Board Game

This is a game to practice Pets & Pet Care vocabulary.  Students move around the board and say a Pet or Pet Care vocabulary word that matches the photo on the space.  If students give the correct answer they can remain on their spot until their next turn.  If students give the incorrect answer they must go back to their previous spot and wait until their next turn to try again.  The student that reaches the “finish” square first or is the farthest in the game.

Then for Charlie I also plan on getting him “Puppy Training for Kids” through Amazon as I think it will be easy enough for Charlie to understand. And be able to share with his dad.

Kids and puppies make natural friends. This heavily illustrated guide is written especially for kids, with information on dogs and how they develop and grow. Just as important are easy-to-understand instructions for boys and girls on puppy training and care–always with an emphasis on fun. Kids learn what to feed puppies and how much to give them, and how to play games that are safe and enjoyable. They also learn basics of puppy handling and grooming, giving commands and teaching obedience, tricks they can teach young canines, and much more. There are instructive and charming full-color photographs throughout the book. Suitable for ages 9-12, or 4-8 with parents’ guidance.

Thank you for taking the time to read “Christmas is the time people get new pets” Now I have a question for you what did you think of Charlies new puppy and what should we name him?

Also I would like to remind you this post contains my affiliate links and if you click on them and make a purchase I will make a small amount off the sales you made.

Thank you,

Glenda, Charlie and David Cates

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