Do pets bring out the best in people?
He definitely brings out the best in her in so many ways. When their together there is no complaining about chores, learning, and you can tell by the expression on her face the best of moods. She is actually always volunteering to do more even if it's not with the horses. So do pets bring out the best in people and if so why don't we use that to our advantage and help everyone concerned, including the pet?
Not really, some people doing bad things to the animals and you know that too!
Not always. Sometimes it brings out the scary part of people that we never want to see again. Baby talk, over protective, etc. It can get pretty horrifying. Think of it this way. Sometimes I talk to my pet turtle, Ralph, in french.
I think that it brings out the best in the majority of the people. Children who grow up with pets in most cases turn out to be more loving and responsible.
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