Dogs And Fireworks And How To Calm Them
We have all enjoyed at some point in our lives the wonders and beauty of a fireworks display and have been mesmerized by how it all seems to go off effortlessly and without a hitch, but what we may not have considered or even thought about until we were a pet owner yourself is the effect it can have on your furry family members.
Too often we think having a dog is simply needing to feed and walk it daily, and while this is essential and they are the basic acts of care, the responsibility is much more involved than that. We need to consider their physical well-being as well as their mental and emotional states, and that it plays a large role in the longevity of dogs and animals in general.
Dog mental care.
Taking your pet for regular checkups at the vet is the same as going to see the dentist or doctor regularly, we want to ensure everything is still functioning and operating as it should and that we are in a good state and similarly for them.
In combination with a health examination, you can continue and even increase mental stimulation and exercise leading up to a fireworks event, this way they have more blood flowing to the brain and the neuro system, and the regulation of pulses is maintained.
A great contributing aid for health and body functioning is to use natural, organic ingredients, free from chemicals and toxins which could have long-term effects on your pet and by the time you realize it is too late.
You want to use a pet-friendly product that has been proven to assist in calming your dog as well as help maintain a regular mental assessment of the situation so they can handle the event or celebration stress-free.
It can be overwhelming seeing all these flashes and hearing the loud bangs overhead, so doing everything you can to help your pet is a must of every pet owner. If you have an evening coming up where there is certain to be a lit up sky, then take a look at how other pet owners have handled their dogs and fireworks problems, and what products worked for them.
Using a pesticide-free ingredient is a win-win for both animal and pet owner and your dog can sit by your chairside without blinking an eye at what would usually send him cowering under the stairs in a dark corner.
We know how it feels to be frightened and how unpleasant a feeling it can be, at least we have the option to get away or verbalize our feelings, pets don’t so we need to think and feel for them if the situation calls for it.
Mother Nature has given us resources for centuries and it only makes sense to use a product grown from the earth to help treat ailments, whether physical or mental. This way we aren’t filling bodies with toxins, chemicals with unpronounceable names, and looking for the next prescription.
If a product is harvested and manufactured ethically then you can have peace of mind knowing that your pet is in safe hands. CBD has offered us an alternative to the medicines we know today, doctors and vets are quick to write prescriptions that only get stronger with each dose, and why or what for when there are healthier options on the market.
You have taken on the responsibility of looking after and caring for an animal, one that comes with unconditional love and who deserves the best quality of life you can give.
And believe it or not, we need them just as much, for support, and emotional shoulder at times when things seem too tough to bare, and to keep us on our toes. See an interesting article here https://www.dogingtonpost.com/how-your-dogs-are-taking-care-of-your-mental-health/ on how working together, dog and owner can make for the happiest home. At the end of the day, you are a team.
Knowing your dog has anxiety is reason enough to everything you can to put them out of their pain and misery, while it may seem like a small episode, to them it can be daunting, cause high blood pressure, and in more severe cases cardiac arrest.
CBD helps by reacting with and calming the Cannabinoid receptors found in the body and this way it helps maintain a state of homeostasis and your pet can better assess the severity of the occasion.
Pet owners around the world have been raving (click here to read more) about implementing CBD into their pets’ diet for this very reason and the results have been significant.
They have noticed and reported improvements within a mere few weeks and not only did the dogs not react to the fireworks but seemingly enjoyed them on the rare moments.
No matter how well you believe your dog handles fireworks night there is always something more we can do, and if it is as simple an act of adding CBD oil to their dinner meal or rewarding them with Cannabidiol-soaked doggy biscuits then what could be easier.
You will no longer need to dread fireworks night and spend the entire evening running after your dog or holding a whimpering, cowering bundle of fur. The family can enjoy the night sky being lit up like a photograph and simply hear your pups snoring in the living room as if it were another evening at home.