For weeks now the sudden nationwide increase in random backyard fireworks has terrified many noise-sensitive pets and upset their owners. Authorities can’t say why it’s happening and most people have no idea what they can do about it.
If it’s this bad now, you have to wonder what will happen on July 4th. That means that if you have a dog that panics during fireworks, the time to prepare is now before it’s too late and your pet suffers more than necessary. What could be more heartbreaking than feeling helpless while your pet is scared?
Can we accept the fact that there’s not much you can do to prevent the fireworks from happening? I’ll get to why in a minute. But first, I urge you to put your energy where it will do the most good.
Here’s how it works:
Specifically, act today and in the following few days to prepare your home and secure your pets. There’s so much you can do to minimize potential risks to their emotional health and physical safety. In other words, put together a proactive fireworks Survival Kit for your dog.
Sound good? This is info that every dog owner needs to know. But I don’t want anyone to get a case of information overload so I’m delivering it to you in small doses over 5 days beginning on Monday. That way you’ll get a chance to follow through one day at a time. I hope you’ll join us! And don’t worry. It’s completely free! Nevertheless, you still have to register to get all the daily goodies.
Finally, in case you’re wondering…
What’s behind all this mysterious fireworks activity? Why are cities including Boston, New York, Chicago, and Pasadena reporting as much as 2300% rise in fireworks complaints? Let’s skip the conspiracy theories. Here’s how some experts account for these unusual events.
People are bored due to being quarantined and they’re looking for entertainment. Public fireworks celebrations are canceled because of the pandemic. All that surplus commercial-grade fireworks has found its way to consumers. Of course, it’s illegal and dangerous for average folks to mess with commercial fireworks, but there you have it.
So it sure looks like more and bigger fireworks are headed our way whether we like it or not. Register now and join me on Monday. We’ll do all we can to keep our pets safe and as comfortable as possible.
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