Tips for keeping dogs safe during the firing of the Russian Cup

Tips for keeping dogs safe during the firing of the Russian Cup

Cover the ears of the animal with a cotton pad or tie the dog with a cloth so that the blood circulation of the animal's body is stimulated.

Cover the animal's ears with a cotton pad or tie the dog with a cloth so that the animal's blood circulation is stimulatedThe World Cup is synonymous with the party, but for pets some days may not be so cool, especially on days of fireworks and fireworks."Some dogs and cats tend to be frightened and radically change their behavior because of the noises of fires and firecrackers, common in this period as well," said Jorge Morais, veterinarian and founder of Animal Place.To alleviate this fear, anxiety and irritability of pets, the professional gives some tips.“Ideally, consult with a veterinarian to identify the best treatment for the animal,” he explains.Here are six tips on how to act during this time:1Keep the pet safe and settle it in a place where noise is as low as possible;2Do not let the dog get caught in chains at the time of the fires, at the time of panic he can get hurt;3If you live in an apartment, make sure the protective screens are secure.If you are in a...


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