Super Bowl Sunday Is This Weekend!! Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe From Yelling Fans!
Super Bowl Sunday has become an unofficial American holiday, with millions of people watching one football game. It’s a great time of the year for friends, family, sport, laughs, food and cheers. While you may be enjoying the big game, your poor and confused pet will be taking the backlash of your excitement. Here are some tips from animal behaviorist Dr. Debra Horwitz and Dr. Marty Becker to help with your frightened pet.
Don’t Forget Your Pets Needs
Even though the Super Bowl is on, your pet still needs his everyday care. This includes bathroom breaks, social needs, and food.
Keep The Food Away
Greasy football food is bad for your pets stomach. Especially chicken wings, which could cause your furry friend to choke.
Pause and Pet
It’s a good idea to show some love to your pet, especially at times when visitors jump up and down in excitement.
If your pet is starting to get anxious, it may be time for you to find them a quiet place to spend the rest of the game. A quiet bedroom will help calm them down and give you some relief as well.
Have fun this year’s Super Bowl, but don’t forget to give your pets some attention. For more information and updates please LIKE our Facebook page!