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Fireworks are exciting for us but can be scary for our dogs. So, it’s only natural that dog owners will plan how to make
bonfire night as stress free as possible for their dogs. But, we don’t always know when fireworks are going to happen.
What about those times when you get caught off guard? Read our blog to learn how to calm dogs during fireworks, especially
when you’re not expecting them.
The key thing is to plan ahead. Check out our step-by-step plan for bonfire night. It explains what you can do before you expect fireworks and on the night. Most of these can be left in place for a couple of weeks so you and your dog won’t be caught out by unexpected fireworks again.
We also recommend using a Beaphar CaniComfort® Calming Diffuser, which contains a synthetic copy of the Dog Appeasing Pheromone. The Dog Appeasing Pheromone is clinically proven to promote feelings of reassurance in dogs, and is instantly recognisable to dogs of all ages.
The diffuser is easy to use, simply plug it in, and the pheromones are diffused throughout the home. This makes the product ideal to calm dogs during fireworks, and other stressful situations. For best results, we recommend plugging the diffuser in at least one week before fireworks occur.
Each refill lasts up to 30 days, meaning you and your dog don’t need to worry about being caught out by unexpected fireworks.
Find out more about the Beaphar CaniComfort® Calming Range here.