Most of us are very aware that dogs and fireworks are never a good combination, so with Halloween and Guy Fawkes Night almost here, at Benyfit Natural HQ we have been thinking one step ahead of the game.
It wont be long until the evening skies will be filled with beautiful aerial light displays accompanied by the sounds of loud bangs and explosions, and although it can be an exciting time for us, it can sometimes be less exciting for our furry friends!
We have put together 10 tips that will outline things you can do to keep your dog safe, calm and happy when it comes to dogs and fireworks over this period. These tips are mostly in relation to fireworks as we feel this is the main fear for our dogs at this time of year!
Finally, never take your dog to a fireworks display. Even if they don’t bark or whimper at the noise, it doesn’t mean they are happy. Excessive panting and yawning can indicate that your dog is stressed.
Have fun during these upcoming festive events but always check to see if your dog is feeling comfortable.