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  • Protect your Pets on Bonfire Night


    With Bonfire night and the the threat of fireworks just around the corner, it's vital that you know how to care for your pet - especially your cat or dog.

    It is always best to be sure you know where your pet is on bonfire night - and that is indoors. With bonfire night falling on a Sunday in 2006, you can be sure that both Saturday and Sunday nights will be very busy and noisy.

    The PDSA advises all pet owners to make sure their pets are in a safe and secure environment on Bonfire night - so they don't bolt or run quickly froma loud noise - especially a firework. If possible, you should have the TV or some music up loudly enough to drown the sound of the firworks out. Dog owners should make sure they exercise their dogs before dusk for safety. Make sure your dog has a collar and lead on at all times. Try to give your cat or dog company during the loudest parts of the evenings and help distract it from the noise outside.

    The top five stress signs to look out for in an animal are yawning and licking its lips, or appearing agitated and restless. Similarly, destructive behaviour towards household items, trying to dig or get under furniture and cushions, wanting extra attentio ; and constant whining, barking or meowing are all signs that your pet is scared or frightened..

    Blue Cross is advising owners to allow the animal to hide wherever it wants to as making a den can really help. Additional tips include not getting upset or shouting, making a fuss of your pet, keeping them indoors and closing the curtains.

    Pet insurance can protect your pet 365 days a year - not just November 5. Protect yourself from high vet bills and get the best healthcare for your pet. To get a quote click here.

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