Crash! Bang! Wallop! Dogs and fireworks just don’t mix

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Crash! Bang! Wallop! Dogs and fireworks just don’t mix

Fireworks are so loud these days that they can make humans nervous, so just imagine how it must seem to your fur baby, who doesn’t understand why the world is suddenly full bangs, whooshes and bright lights. Before the day, if he tends to be a bit nervy, a soothing pamper at our Cardiff dog grooming salon would probably be beneficial, because with no itches and tangles in his coat he will feel better in himself anyway. Then, on the night – or these days, perhaps for the week on either side, as it should be called Bonfire Fortnight! – keep him in, bringing him in before dark and give him familiar things to soothe him.

If you tell your Chepstow dog groomer that you are a bit worried about your pooch’s nerves, there are soothing products that can be used on his coat. If previous years have been a bit of a nightmare, the vet may be able to give you a sedative for your pet, but keeping everything calm indoors and making sure the curtains are drawn against flashes will almost certainly mean it will go without a hitch.

This article was written by Mucky Pups