7 tips: Dog and cat on New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve is colourful and loud. For your pets, the turn of the year often means one thing above all: stress. Fearful, nervous and tense, many four-legged friends don't know how to deal with the noise and light. Even comforting and reassuring them is often of little help. In today's blog post, we have compiled 7 tips for you on how to be more relaxed on New Year's Eve.
Tip 1: Bring forward the walk
Do you love to walk your dog? You should do the same on New Year's Eve, but it's worth taking a look at the time. Most noise develops after 10 pm. So it's more relaxed for you and your pet on this day if the last evening round takes place beforehand. Do you have a cat that likes to roam the neighbourhood? Then give it the necessary peace and quiet by keeping it indoors during this time.
Tip 2: Safety and distraction
Many dogs and cats have trouble tolerating noise and commotion on New Year's Eve. You can help them with some distraction and security. If you have fixed routines in your daily life, such as a running TV or music, keep them that way.
Tip 3: Do not leave animals alone
For your animals, you are the pack leader. So please don't leave them alone on New Year's Eve and help them with your presence. Because: Scary situations can be better survived in a pack.
Tip 4: CBD for calming
If you have an anxious pet, you can try CBD drops. The herbal ingredient has helped many animals to relax. You can use it for both dogs and cats.
Tip 5: Help from the vet
Is your pet particularly jumpy? Then you can ask your vet for a tranquilliser. They can advise you and prescribe a suitable remedy for your beloved four-legged friend.
Tip 6: Retreats
As a cat or dog owner, you can take precautions on New Year's Eve and prepare a quiet place for your pet. Dogs and cats both love it cosy and quiet.
Tip 7: Pampering programme
To make your pet feel good on New Year's Eve, offer him an extensive massage or some beauty care. Brushing their teeth with our emmi®-pet ultrasonic toothbrush, an extra long stroke, a chew toy, their favourite treat - whatever they like is allowed.