Cesar Millan : Millennials Shouldn’t

Cesar Millan : Millennials Shouldn’t

Cesar Millan insists that millennials should not be able to adopt dogs because they’re too distracted by technology and struggle to pay attention to other humans, let alone animals.

‘They’re not ready to have a one-on-one relationship. A lot of millennials feel independent and can do their own thing, but they have no idea how to relate with other human beings.’

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Met a woman whose son was spending too much time on an iPad.

I listened as the mom told the story fully expecting the usual sigh of a helpless excuse.

To my pleasant surprise this mother stated she bought her child a hamster.

A live, real, animal hamster.

Now the child interacts with something alive while learning responsibility, kindness with a dose called reality check.

Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.  (Proverbs 22:6)

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Saturday, March 25, 2017

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(dailymail.co.uk)—We’re a nation of animal lovers, but there’s one sector of society who shouldn’t be keeping pets, according to a famous dog whisperer.

Cesar Millan insists that millennials should not be able to adopt dogs because they’re too distracted by technology and struggle to pay attention to other humans, let alone animals.

But despite lacking the credentials to be responsible owners, the Mexico-born animal lover, 47, who lives in California his 20 dogs, believes the younger generation is using dogs as a replacement for babies.

‘The new generation brought the dog inside. But that’s because the new generation don’t have children. You need to fill that empty space,’ he told Femail. ‘You need to love somebody and you need to touch somebody.

‘They’re not ready to have a one-on-one relationship. A lot of millennials feel independent and can do their own thing, but they have no idea how to relate with other human beings.’

Cesar suggests that instead of jumping into getting a puppy millennials should consider fostering first, adding: ‘They’ve being given everything, how are they going to maintain a dog?’