Pets build responsibility and education. They connect students to nature. They build empathy in students and reduce bullying. Animals do not fight or hurt other animals, and little kids get influenced with that if they have a classroom pet. I recommend not getting a guni pig, they are nocturnal. But I say yes to a fish or a rabbit.
Well trained seeing-eye dogs should be the only pets ever
allowed in a school. Pets have no place
inside of a place of learning. Imagine a
student in class quietly trying to read with a dog barking continuously. Learning requires concentration. Pets inside of schools would only be an
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There are a slew of reasons why pets should not be allowed in school. One is pet is a broad category of things, a venomous snake can be a pet as well as a dog. The second is having pets in school would be disruptive it is hard to control animals, let alone lots of animals together. Then there is the fact it would be very hard to take care of pets while also doing school studies.