Fireworks can be a beautiful display of colour and light. However, pets can get really startled by the loud bangs and as well all know, explosives of any kind can be incredibly dangerous.

Try to keep all pets indoors and make them little ‘dens’ so they can hide away from all the noise. If you have bunnies outside in their hutches please make sure they are covered and secure.

Most pets, especially dogs will suffer with some kind of anxiety during the fireworks night.

Conditions such as separation anxiety will really start to take its toll on our four legged friends. Making them act in a peculiar way which unfortunately, can cause disruption within your household.

It’s not too late to help your dog cope with the stress of Fireworks, have a read of our information page on our website and our Firework Fear Factsheet:

Adaptil also have some useful advice on their website which you can see here.

If you are going to an organised display without your four legged friend, stay safe and enjoy.

If you would like more information on how you can help keep your pets safe this Bonfire Night, simply give one of our practices a call and a member of the team will be happy to help you.