Bonfire night 2019: How to keep your dog safe during fireworks

Gemma Cunningham, Campaign and Communications Manager at pet supplement manufacturers Lintbells, said: “Many dog owners are calling for a change around firework laws, with over 60 percent calling for an outright ban on unlicensed fireworks, according to the study we conducted, with 96 percent believing that the laws around fireworks should be changed.

“In addition to the recent announcement from supermarket Sainsbury’s and its plans to stop selling fireworks in all of its stores, the results of the study have raised further questions on whether fireworks should be further legislated, to protect not only dogs but other animals too.”

Lintbells, have thought of a few ways dog owners can help look after their four-legged friends.

There are things you can do to prep your home for Bonfire Night to help your pet feel safe.

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