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Written by WLP Team
With the firework display season coming up, here are some tips that we give owners on how to help their pets get through this worrying period.
Craig Waldron, small animal vet says to look out for the following signs:
“In dogs, symptoms of fear can include pacing, panting, trembling, hiding, being clingy, drooling, howling or barking, refusing to eat, being destructive, causing self-trauma, and inappropriately toileting. In cats, they can include cowering, hiding, attempting escape, and inappropriate toileting. And in rabbits, they can include foot stamping, staying motionless, and attempting escape”.
But don’t panic, here are our top tips to help you to prepare your pet.
Remember to watch out for wildlife and make sure check your bonfires for hedgehogs and birds.
We would like to thank Craig for his assistance in preparing this information. It is intended as advice only and if you are at all concerned about the health of your pet you should contact your own veterinary practice immediately.