Don’t Stress out your Pets

Despite the heat there are so many things I love about summertime. Parades down main street, fireworks filling the night sky and camping beneath the stars. But while these warm-weather attractions might be fun for us, they can be frightening and even dangerous for our pets.

Don’t Stress out your Pets

  • Make sure your doors & windows are secured and keep your pet in a comfortable windowless room with no harmful items they can chew.
  • Take your pet for a walk before the festivities begin, exercise will help relax them.
  • Distract them by playing a game with one of their favorite toys or treats.
  • Consider turning on a bathroom fan or music to drown out some of the noise

Despite the heat there are so many things I love about summertime. Parades down main street, fireworks filling the night sky and camping beneath the stars. But while these warm-weather attractions might be fun for us, they can be frightening and even dangerous for our pets.

Is your hairball is as sensitive as my Ella? When fireworks start popping so does she, with barks, howls and the occasional attack of the sky. Over the years I have distracted her by giving her a special Moosey reserved only for fireworks and thunderstorms. She now associates her Mossey with positive calm behavior. Here a few tips you can use to keep your furry friends relaxed and safe this summer season:

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Is your hairball is as sensitive as my Ella? When fireworks start popping so does she, with barks, howls and the occasional attack of the sky. Over the years I have distracted her by giving her a special Moosey reserved only for fireworks and thunderstorms.

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