Free Fireworks Guide for Pets - Top Tips for calming dogs and cats
HOW IT WORKS
Fireworks during the months of October and November to celebrate Bonfire Nigtht and Diwali can be especially distressing for pets to cope with. Fortunately, if you are looking for ways to keep your pet dog, cat or rabbit calm, the pet charity PDSA (Helping Pets, Changing Lives) have put together some brilliant information to help. Just register to receive your free guide straight away.
WHAT YOU GET
A free Fireworks Guide especially designed to take the fear out of fireworks for your pets. Read top tips from an expert vet on how to make a happier night for you and your pets. Plus you can claim an exclusive free Adaptil Claim or Feliway Diffuser refill offer at the PDSA online pet store.
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