Vets4Pets logo
Text size:

Helping your pet cope with firework season

Bonfire Night can be frightening for any animal and can result in distress or them running away

Need Pet Advice?

Search our expert pet articles


Pet owners are being urged to consider their dogs and cats during this year’s firework celebrations.

Hiding cat.jpg

Helping your cat to cope with firework season

Although loud noises are very frightening for cats too, they don’t always seem to show as many behavioural changes as dogs do. The bigger problem for cats is often stress caused by changes to their environment or routine, especially when they are used to being outdoors and this changes to being kept in the house more.

Read more


Dog window sill 434x180.jpg

Helping your dog to cope with firework season

Sound sensitivities, including fireworks, are very common in dogs and reactions range from mild to extreme. While a certain degree of fear is normal, it becomes distressing for both you and your dog if this fear is or becomes severe.

Read more


Speak to the  team at your local Vets4Pets who will be able to help you prepare for firework season

Find a practice