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Fireworks!
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:censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!
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Our cat went out earlier and hasn't come back ....

He'll be a bit housebound when for a few days I'll imagine. Silly bugger.
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(05-11-2012, 08:07 PM)philip Wrote:  :censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!

We have 2 dogs which have been de sensitised to noise.Have a word with your vet.Ours are 1 retired Guide Dog,& 1 rejected Guide Dog.
We walked 12 puppies for them & learnt how to do this.
You can get CD's which you play at increasing volume,but a lot of it is your reaction to the noise.Don't fuss them when they are frightened as this helps to reinforce the fear.
Act normally & distract with game/toys.
look up DAP pheremones which give out the scent of mother dogs.
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(05-11-2012, 08:18 PM)ron Wrote:  
(05-11-2012, 08:07 PM)philip Wrote:  :censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!

We have 2 dogs which have been de sensitised to noise.Have a word with your vet.Ours are 1 retired Guide Dog,& 1 rejected Guide Dog.
We walked 12 puppies for them & learnt how to do this.
You can get CD's which you play at increasing volume,but a lot of it is your reaction to the noise.Don't fuss them when they are frightened as this helps to reinforce the fear.
Act normally & distract with game/toys.
look up DAP pheremones which give out the scent of mother dogs.
Ive got 2 rescue Greyhounds and a Rough Collie, the big boy Hound is quite upset tonight lying at my feet at the moment shaking thanks for your advice.
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You're welcome.The trouble is that it's no longer a 1 day event,then with Haloween & New Year as well it does make sense for all dog owners to de sensitise their dogs.Our first dog,many years ago,would hide in the bath shaking like a jelly.Distressing for all concerned.
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(05-11-2012, 08:07 PM)philip Wrote:  :censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!
Gets worse every bloody year- louder and lasts for what seems an eternity-cats hate them. switched all garden lights on etc. to try to minimise some of the flashes / bangs :brickwall::brickwall::brickwall:
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Got a Irish rescue Springer here and she is s**t scared of them and is shaking and quivering under the bed as I type. Bloody fireworks should be banned in peoples back gardens end of.
Other 2 are not bothered but youngest is a bit worried but not overly.
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(05-11-2012, 08:48 PM)taxi Wrote:  
(05-11-2012, 08:07 PM)philip Wrote:  :censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!
Gets worse every bloody year- louder and lasts for what seems an eternity-cats hate them. switched all garden lights on etc. to try to minimise some of the flashes / bangs :brickwall::brickwall::brickwall:
You got cats?:fish:
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(05-11-2012, 09:00 PM)philip Wrote:  
(05-11-2012, 08:48 PM)taxi Wrote:  
(05-11-2012, 08:07 PM)philip Wrote:  :censored: Off fireworks my 3 dogs hate them. Im playing loud music to try and drain the noise out!
Gets worse every bloody year- louder and lasts for what seems an eternity-cats hate them. switched all garden lights on etc. to try to minimise effects of some of the flashes / bangs :brickwall::brickwall::brickwall: The local official display is about 2 miles away @ Broadwood Football Stadium ( Clyde F.C. ).
You got cats?:fish:
Yes, two feline friends lol. In fact, it's more like they have got us. They know who's the BOSS. I know my place :whistle::whistle:
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The cat came in about an hour ago after the worst had passed.

Steel kahunas. Was sauntering about like nothing was going on.

Desensitised cats are good. :thumbsup:
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