New Years EVE!

New Years EVE!

New Year's Eve can be a fun and exciting time, but it can also be stressful for our dogs. With all the noise and activity that comes with the celebration, it's important to make sure our furry friends are prepared and comfortable. Here are five tips to help you get your dog ready for New Year's Eve:

  1. Create a quiet, comfortable space: Whether it's a crate or a cozy corner of your home, make sure your dog has a place where they can retreat if they start feeling overwhelmed. This will give them a safe and calm place to go if the noise and activity becomes too much.

  2. Exercise your dog beforehand: A tired dog is a happy dog! Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercise before the festivities start. This will help them relax and sleep through the noise.

  3. Keep an eye on your dog's food and water: With all the excitement of the evening, it's easy to forget about your dog's basic needs. Make sure they have plenty of food and water and try to stick to their normal feeding schedule as much as possible.

  4. Make sure your dog is microchipped and wears a collar with identification: If your dog gets scared and runs off, a microchip and identification collar will help you reunite with them as quickly as possible.

  5. Keep a close eye on your dog: Pay attention to your dog's body language and behaviour, and be ready to intervene if they start to feel anxious or distressed. This may mean taking them to their quiet space, or simply giving them some extra love and comfort.

  6. Create an activity for your dog, use a lick-mat or play hide and seek to give them some mental stimulation.

By following these tips, you can help ensure that your dog has a happy and safe New Year's Eve. Happy celebrating!

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