What could be cuter than teenagers taking a sweet sleep? But of course, children taking a nap with their doggies!
As long as it’s inspected by adults, having puppies around newborns and toddlers can be good for the kids. For instance, a recent survey realized in Finland and published in the Pediatrics publication been observed that babes with puppies are less likely to develop colds or ear illness as infants than the newborns with no canine comrades. Nonetheless, they need to be exposed to pups from a very early age for this to happen.
The survey also showed that newborns with hounds that expend some time outside have a stronger immunity: “It might have something to do with clay brought inside by the dogs, especially since the most powerful protective result was met including children living in houses where pups expended a lot of time outside, ” suggested Dr. Eija Bergroth, a pediatrician at Kuopio University Hospital in Finland.
However, do remember that this is only a single examination, and adult supervision and right judgement is needed to manufacture the best decision whether having a puppy around is good for your child.
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