30 Jun 2022

Take Care of Your Pets During Fireworks

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If you're lucky, your dog doesn't react to the loud bangs and explosions of the fireworks used to mark the occasion. However, because to their sensitive ears, some dogs and other pets may find the sounds to be alarming.

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Dogs who are kept outside or that are let loose frequently flee yards in a panic by slicing through, leaping over, or burrowing under fences. They may even attempt to flee from behind screen doors, gates, or window screens in extreme circumstances. They run the risk of hitting a moving vehicle, being disoriented, or even coming under assault from other animals.

The best course of action at this time is to have a neighbour or an animal control officer pick up the animal and keep it in their care until the owner can retrieve it.

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We advise keeping your dog inside your home in the most noise-insulating room accessible if it has a problem with loud noises or if you are unsure of how your dog will respond. This will keep your dog safe and as peaceful as possible.

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Some extra ideas for protecting your pet : 

  • Stay at home with your pets or have someone you trust look after them.
  • Do not bring your pet to fireworks shows. Keep your dogs inside in a protected, quiet location.
  • When dogs are scared, they might turn destructive, so keep harmful materials away from your pet.
  • If you are unable to stay with them, leave a television or radio on at a reasonable volume to keep your pet company while you are away.
  • Even if your yard is fenced, never let your pet outside unsupervised. Pets that would ordinarily not leave the yard may escape and become lost as a result of their fear.
  • If you know your pet is frightened by loud noises, such as thunder, see your veterinarian to determine if anxiety medication is suitable.
  • You should never leave your pet in the car. With nothing but heated air to breathe inside a car, your pet might suffer catastrophic health consequences, if not death, in minutes.
  • If you're walking your dog near a fireworks show, make sure it's on a leash in case it attempts to escape.

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