Our Animal Welfare Officer Paul Grimes says, “Fireworks time can be stressful for many animals so it’s best to have a plan of action in place to try and help pets cope with what can be a stressful and frightening period.”
Here are some handy tips to keep your furry friends calm and content during celebrations:
Rescue centres like our own here in Kensal Green face a rising influx of stray cats and dogs that have escaped in panic at this time of year. To err on the side of caution, having your pet microchipped at The Mayhew Community Vet Clinic will give you greater chance of being reunited with your pet if this does happen. To book an appointment, please call 020 8962 8017.
For any further advice on how to keep pets safe on fireworks night, pet owners can call our main reception on 020 8962 8000.
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