Use Science To Help Your Dog Survive Fireworks (And Thunderstorms)

When the fireworks, thunderstorms or other sudden, loud noises start, help your noise-phobic dog deal with it using science

Use Science To Help Your Dog Survive Fireworks (And Thunderstorms)

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But dogs with a noise phobia may not only fear fireworks; they may also react fearfully to other sudden loud noses, such as thunderstorms, vacuums, sirens, shouting, construction noises or gunshots.

But dogs with a noise phobia may not only fear fireworks; they may also react fearfully to other sudden loud noses, such as thunderstorms, vacuums, sirens, shouting, construction noises or gunshots.

When the fireworks, thunderstorms or other sudden, loud noises start, help your noise-phobic dog deal with it using science.

When the fireworks, thunderstorms or other sudden, loud noises start, help your noise-phobic dog deal with it using science.

Calming pheromones may help your dogs deal with loud noises (ref and ref).

Calming pheromones may help your dogs deal with loud noises (ref and ref).

Although pheromone collars (Amazon US / Amazon UK) and pheromone diffuser therapies (Amazon US / Amazon UK) tend to show calming effects in many dogs, the science supporting these effects is not particularly rigorous, so your results may vary.

Although pheromone collars (Amazon US / Amazon UK) and pheromone diffuser therapies (Amazon US / Amazon UK) tend to show calming effects in many dogs, the science supporting these effects is not particularly rigorous, so your results may vary.

Dogs and cats have more sensitive hearing than people do, so you can use modern technology to reduce their exposure to loud noises.

Dogs and cats have more sensitive hearing than people do, so you can use modern technology to reduce their exposure to loud noises.

But now, thanks to the wonders of modern science, you can help your pet deal with fireworks and other loud noises.

But now, thanks to the wonders of modern science, you can help your pet deal with fireworks and other loud noises.

Dogs are particularly prone to having panic attacks or anxieties triggered by loud noises.

Dogs are particularly prone to having panic attacks or anxieties triggered by loud noises.

As many as 40% of dogs experience noise anxieties (ref), and July 5 is the busiest day of the year at local animal shelters for dealing with runaway dogs.

As many as 40% of dogs experience noise anxieties (ref), and July 5 is the busiest day of the year at local animal shelters for dealing with runaway dogs.

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