Having a pet afraid of fireworks can be so stressful, and not just for the animal. I can tell you—watching your furry companion, suffering, panicking, and running in fear of loud noises is no fun. It can be downright scary and dangerous for them and everyone around them.
A pet afraid of fireworks and storms can end in tragedy
Independence Day, New Years Day, and other celebrations can be a fun holiday for many people around the world. But it is also the time of year that strikes dread into the hearts of many animal lovers.
Because holidays like Independence Day and New Years Day also means fireworks.
And if you have a pet afraid of fireworks, you have good reason to be concerned.
It’s so sad because they were just desperately trying to find somewhere safe to hide, to run away from the terrors in the sky.
It’s the worst time of year for shelters and rescue organizations too.
In fact, more animals get lost and go missing during fireworks celebrations than at any other time of the year.
Isn’t that heartbreaking?
Equally devastating and way more unpredictable in their timing are thunderstorms with booming peals of thunder and lightning lighting up the sky. That too can scare animals into a complete and full-blown panic, as can other noise phobias.
Many fearful, terrified pets begin freaking out before the storm even arrives. In the madness, they can become destructive, to themselves and your property.
Maybe you have a pet afraid of fireworks, or you know someone who does… and you’re thinking ahead to the Fourth of July (or the next holiday) with dread, not sure what to do?
Maybe you think you’ve tried everything. You’ve done training, taught calming cues and signals, and offered reassurance techniques, but nothing has worked and they are still afraid and react to the noises with panic.
And you’re afraid for their healthy, safety and wellbeing
Maybe you’ve even resorted to using drugs. But what if you’re not there to give it to them when they’re afraid it doesn’t help, and you can’t keep them drugged ALL the time, right?
What if the drug isn’t working, it’s too expensive or has harmful side effects? That’s not good either.
Or maybe you just don’t know if they’re working or not, because your pet friend can’t tell you how they’re feeling.
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A pet afraid of fireworks or storms can suffer health problems
It goes beyond just the panic reaction.
Fear itself takes a huge toll on a pet’s nervous system, bodymind, and their emotions. Ultimately, all the stress from fear can sabotage their immune system so they are more vulnerable to illness, pathogens, and disease.
Learning how to help your pet overcome their fear of fireworks, storms/thunder and any kind of noise phobias is the kindest, most loving, and compassionate, BEST thing you can do for them.
You could even save their life.
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