While humans love the spectacle, atmosphere and, quite possibly, the thrill of danger associated with fireworks, for our pets it’s not such a positive experience. For animals of all shapes and sorts, from dogs and cats, to horses, small mammals and even birds, the sights and sounds that come with Fireworks can be a terrifying experience. And, unfortunately, too many pets have been lost when they have run away in blind terror only to be hit by a car, or straying too far never to be seen again.
Signs that your pet may be suffering from fear
- Owner seeking
- Barking, whining, howling, yelping crying
- Pacing, panting, restlessness
- Hiding under table, in bathroom, behind couch
- Bolting and running away
- Cowering, trembling, shaking
- Drooling, vomiting, pooping
- Destructive behavior
The solution? Fireworks from HomeoPet
A natural medicine that provides safe and gentle relief from fear of Fireworks and calms your pet using only natural products. Fireworks provides relief from any event or situation accompanied by sudden and loud noises, including specific phobias to fireworks, thunder, lightning, bird scarers, gunfire, backfiring from vehicles and a general sensitivity to any sudden noise, or in some cases where there is sensitivity to anything sudden.
How to Administer Fireworks
As Fireworks comes in a liquid form, it is easy to administer to any pet by dropping directly into the mouth anywhere on the mucous membrane. Where an animal finds this distressful, Fireworks medication can also be put in the food, water or milk. It can also be added to a sprayer and misted in the air around severely affected patients to calm them down, or dropped around bedding area 3-5 times daily.
Where to purchase Fireworks
Fireworks is available from leading retailers and pet stores around the country. If, however, you can’t find a stockist near you, you can purchase Fireworks from our website and have it delivered direct to your door. In addition to using Fireworks, there are several other steps that you can take to help relieve your pet’s stress and to help keep your pet safe. Read on for more.