How To Protect and Keep Our Pet Safe After Holi
10 Mar 2023

How To Protect and Keep Our Pet Safe After Holi

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What are the dangers of throwing firecrackers during Holi?

Holi is a nationwide festival celebrated in India that celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Among other festivities, this holiday involves the use of firecrackers. While these small devices may seem harmless, they can be dangerous if mishandled.

Firecrackers are designed to cause a loud noise and light show. However, their small size and propensity for accidental detonation means that they can also be dangerous when thrown around. Anyone, including children, can be injured or killed by firecrackers when playing with them recklessly.

There are several steps that you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones during Holi. First, be aware of the danger posed by firecrackers and how to handle them safely. Second, follow any safety guidelines that are posted in public areas where the festival is taking place. And finally, keep an eye on your children - make sure they know not to play with firecrackers without adult supervision.

Here's How To Protect and Keep Our Pet Safe After Holi

1. Make sure all pets are confined indoors if possible- this includes both humans and pets! If your pet cannot be confined safely indoors, then keep them out of the main areas of celebration such as the streets, parks, and open spaces. Unfortunately, sometimes accidents will happen and it’s always best to be prepared for the worst.

2. Always keep an eye on your pet- make sure they don’t get lost or run away during the festivities. If something does happen where they go missing- try to find them as quickly as possible by using activated tracks or a microchip implant. If you can’t find them right away, take some Actions to protect their safety like activating their Bark Collar and setting up a Lost Pet Alert on their collar/buttons.

3. Finally, call your veterinarian in case there are any signs of illness or injury associated with Holi celebrations- dizziness, vomiting, diarrhea, fever etc. These can all be early signs of poisoning and should be taken seriously!

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