WoofPost.com Publishes Information On Dogs And Fireworks
Beverly Hills, CA - With the Fourth of July drawing near, many dog owners are dreading the annual event because their dogs are so afraid of fireworks. Even if an owner is not planning to go to a formal celebration with their dog, there are always people who live nearby who start setting off fireworks several days before and after the formal holiday.
Dog reactions include trembling, pacing, panting and even running away to try to escape the noise and the perceived danger. Some dogs resort to destructive behavior or even relieve themselves in the house. Whining, barking and even howling are other clear signals a dog is distressed.
Shelters report their biggest influx of dogs right after this holiday as some dogs run away, get lost and are picked up and taken to shelters.
Owners may wonder why dogs react so strongly to the noise of fireworks when they usually don’t react that way to all loud noises.
A dog is not able to see the source of the noise and the noises are random. They just can’t figure out what to do and interpret the noise as danger.
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