Pets and child safety
Pets can play a role in helping your child develop. But your child's safety should be a priority. Learn about health risks from pets, including cats and dogs.
Choosing a family pet is important. They should be right for your child's health, age and development. Learn about pets and child safety.
Pets can help your child's development. But they can be a risk to your child's safety. Read about health risks to babies and children and how to keep them safe.
A pet dog can help your child's development. But dogs also pose risks, including biting and infections. Find out how to keep your child safe around dogs.
Your child is more likely to come across dogs than any other animal. Find out how to teach your child to safely interact with dogs.
Cats can make great pets. But it’s important to keep your child safe. Learn how to keep your child safe from cats, including the risk of bite and infections.
Having a cat as a pet can be a good experience for your child. But its important to keep your child safe. Learn how to teach your child to be safe around cats.
Rabbits are delicate. They're not a suitable pet for a family with young children. Find out how to teach and keep your child safe around pet rabbits.
Rodents are popular pets. But they can bite or scratch your child. They might also carry disease. Find out how you can keep your child safe around pet rodents.
Birds can make great pets for your family. But it's important to keep your child safe. Learn how to keep your child safe around birds.
Fish are a popular pet for children. It is quite rare for fish to cause illness. But it can happen. Find out about germs fish carry and how to keep your child safe.