Why Do Kids Become Less Attached To Pets As They Get Older?

Children become less involved with their pets when they enter adolescence.  
A recent research, part of a series of studies conducted at the Children, Adolescents, and Animal Research Center at the University of Edinburgh confirms it. There  were substantial drops in the average pet attachment scores among Scottish children between the ages of 11 and 15.

psychologytoday.com

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