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How to keep your dog safe during a Thunderstorm

23rd Jun 2016

How to keep your dog safe during a Thunderstorm

With the Summer Thunderstorms well underway and news of more to come it is very important you know how to keep your dog safe and happy during this time.

For quite a lot of dogs the loud bangs and crackles of thunder can be quite frightening, some dogs have a complete panic attack when a thunder storm takes place. Dogs can hear thunder and pick up on storms from miles away due to their acute sense of hearing. The main reason for thunder storm phobia is the sudden noise and electrical currents in the atmosphere, but there have been suggestions that it is to do with the dogs history too. When dogs lived wild many of them had to flea to higher ground as thunder storms meant floods destroying their homes and even pack members.

For more information on Dogs and Thunder please see our blog post on the topic.

Dogs and Thunder

Dogs and Thunder


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