A celebratory bonfire is a great idea and a perfect time to bond with friends and families in this chilly winter season. Pets are very much a part of your family, so before you think of having a bonfire, you should plan to take care of your pets. This infographic provides ten tips for the safekeeping of your pets on a bonfire night.
1. Keep pets indoors
It is better to keep the pets indoors throughout the bonfire night.
2. Block exists
You should get your pets indoors before dark and block windows and other escaping means.
3. Face hutches towards wall
Cover the hutch with a blanket and move them towards wall or take them inside to protect small animals from noise.
4. Minimize noise
Close all windows and pull down the curtains and blinds.
5. Be with your pet
Don't leave your pet alone the entire night. Try to distract it, if it becomes irritated.
6. Place to hide
Allow your pet to hide in a comfortable place to feel safe.
7. Drowning noise
To drown out firework noise, play TV or radio at higher volume.
8. High-carb meal
Feeding high-carb meal to your pet, will keep it sleepy and calm.
9. Helpful products
Calming tablets, sprays, etc help in keeping pets calm.
Use identifiable marks to spot easily, if they run away.