Diwali Is A Moment Of Rejoicing, Fun, And Frolic For Everyone, But The Celebrations Often Ignore Our Pets. Air And Noise Pollution Can Often Be Intimidating To Them.
Diwali can be a stressful time for your pets, owing to all the air and noise pollution. Although most of us never fail to shower our love and concern for animals, this requirement is often overlooked. And the reason is fairly simple, our enjoyment supersedes the emotions of the pet on the day. Needless to say, the bursting of the crackers can overwhelm the pets, making them quiver and behave in a restless manner. Thus, owners have the responsibility to ensure a stress-free Diwali for pets.
You might have observed excessive growling, barking, passing frequent motion or urine, trembling, hiding in odd places, aimless wandering, excessive licking, biting, and loss of appetite. This article mentions some of the ways you can alleviate them. A post on Shyam Menon’s ban on crackers clearly illustrates the harmful effects it has on humans and pets both.
Aim For A Cracker-Free Festival And Have A Stress-Free Diwali For Pets
Owners noticed strange behaviors in their pets when the Diwali season started.
Firecrackers Defeat The Idea Of A Stress-Free Diwali For Pets
Diwali is a festival of lights and happiness. This year around we all are super excited to meet our near and dear ones. However, we seem to forget the fact that pets too are an integral part of our family now. Undoubtedly, we enjoy all the festivities, but our pets, however, become very scared and vulnerable because of the loud noises of music, bands, or firecrackers.
Firecrackers scare pets
Here are some of the ways to have your pets rejoice in the festivities.
Ways Your Pets Can Join In The Fun Of The Festival Of Lights
There always shall be someone who shall break the rule. However, we can take these steps to ensure an enjoyable and fun-filled ambiance for our pets too. Here are some ways we can achieve the objective.
- Educate And Sensitize Children And People Around Us.
- Pett Your Pet To Alleviate Its Anxiety. Also, Allopathic, Homeopathic, Or Ayurvedic Medicine, Mind Calming Tablets Can Help In Calming The Pet.
- Turn On Some Calming Music.
- Pet Earmuffs Are Another Option.
- Water, Ice Packs, Burn Ointment, Betadine, Cotton, Bandages, Painkillers, and Allergy Medicine (Consult Your Vet For Brands And Dosage).
Things To Avoid Using On Pets
Here are things that you should not use on pets without a veterinarian’s consultation. Here is a list of a few items that one should avoid.
- Human Medicines
- Essential Oils
- Sweets And Candies Have Xylitol And Chocolate Has Theobromine Which Is Highly Toxic To Them. It Can Cause Severe Gastroenterological And Neurological Side Effects.
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