If you choose to have a pet, it is entirely your responsibility.
Time is needed, to feed it, be it a dog, cat or bird, or a fish.
Allow, daily walks with your pet, which should not be missed.
Be friendly, calm, patient, and loving to your pet.
Learn more about your pet before you have one.
The food that you feed your pet should be according to the age group.
To make time for you pet is very important.
Showing responsibility is important
Read about new tricks that you can show your pet, depends, on what you have.
Pets need enough sleeping space, playing time and relaxing time.
Cleaning of the home of your pet is essential.
Have clean feeding bowls, for water and food.
Make sure change the water daily, and feed as recommended.
It can be fun to have a pet.
If you are an older person, and if you have poor vision or arthritis. you would need to take extra precautions. By following these tips, you can prevent most burns.
Don't wear lose clothing when using the stove, bathrobes with long, floppy sleeves are especially dangerous, and can cause serious burns.
Wear clothing that is easily removable, if it catches alight. If your clothing is on fire, calm down, stop, sit down and pat the fire out.
If you become frantic, this can make the situation worse.
Cook on electric rather than a gas stove to avoid the danger of flames. Use plug-in appliances, like tea kettles, and small ovens, instead of the stove when possible.
Be careful of food cooked in a microwave oven. It can be cool on the surface but scalding hot in the middle.To prevent scalding from hot water, have a plumber or electrician lower the temperature setting on your water heater.
Serious burns can affect you all over. Beware of blisters if you get a single blister you, probably, don't need to worry but, if you get afew more of water-filled bubbles at the site of the burn, then you should see your doctor.
Size up the injury, if your burn is the size of your palm or bigger it maybe serious, then call your doctor.