Pets boost immunity, lowering a baby's risk of allergies/asthma through early exposure.
A pet can form a lifelong bond with a child, providing companionship and support throughout their life.
Pets help babies socialize by teaching empathy and communication through play and interaction.
Babies raised with pets have larger vocabularies and improved language abilities.
A pet can teach children responsibility, routine, and nurturing, as well as boost self-esteem through a sense of accomplishment.
Pets can provide comfort and companionship to both children and adults, lowering stress and anxiety levels.
Pets provide a special bond as well as emotional support for children's mental health and well-being.
Pets can help infants develop their creativity and imagination.
Pets provide comfort and security, especially for anxious or scared children in stressful situations.
Reduced screen time: Pets can provide a healthy alternative to screen time for babies.