The senses of our dogs are much better than ours. What we find loud, our dogs live as torture, so they flee into the world during fireworks and big storms.
Not only can New Year's Eve bite cause anxiety in our animals. With the same phenomenon, sound and light effects can be seen in the fireworks on August 20th. The spectacle and sound effect of fireworks can cause so much fear in our pets that they either try to hide at home in the quietest, most secluded place, or flee into the world. August 20 is not only a celebration of our state, but as a worthy celebration, the day is crowned with fireworks in many Hungarian settlements. Make sure our pets are safe the same day.
Not only can fireworks cause fear but also weather. Storm phobia can also occur in dogs and cats, the main cause of which is thunder. Even before the storm arrives, you can signal the animal's strange behavior to get something ready. One of the altered behaviors may be trying to hide the animal in an incredible place, but it can also signal the approach of the storm if our dog behaves as if he did not know any command words. The eb may also be a thunderstorm if it barks.
If we already know the cause of our favorite behavior, let us enter it where you can really hide. Maybe he'll be able to relax there.
Surprisingly, it may be the kennel of the dog, the cage, or the carrying case of the kitten, which is perhaps the calm. In any case, show them as an escape route.
Fireworks are generally known for their time, so make sure your pet is safe and quiet before they start to bump. If a storm or fireworks are expected, you should take the animal for a walk before you can get tired and carry out your needs. Do not fall into the extremes, that is, do not scold the animal if you seek refuge or behave strangely, but do not praise the brain. As with children, it is important for them to set an example.
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