Seattle Humane Society offers tips on noisy events and pets

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Seattle Humane Society offers tips on noisy events and pets

It’s not only Fourth of July fireworks that scare pets. Lots of events have loud noises that can really freak us out. Seattle’s Humane Society sent us some great tips for our mommies and daddies to keep us calm when there’s scary things flying overhead…like the Blue Angels! (They’re not really angels, they’re super loud flying things.)

Tips from the Seattle Humane Society:

The Blue Angels roaring in our skies at Seafair may be a captivating event for humans, but the loud noise can be hard on our companion animals. With a little planning, you can keep your pets calm and safe at home. The squadron will take to the local skies Thursday for practice flights, and Friday through Sunday for the Boeing Air Show at Seafair.

Keep your furry family members safely indoors in an enclosed room, preferably one without windows. If you are expecting guests, keep your pets in a room that is off-limits to guests, with plenty of fresh water.

Surround your pets with their favorite toys and other familiar objects to create a calming environment. Play soothing music and keep the room as quiet as possible by closing doors, windows, and blinds.

The biggest risk is that pets will get loose and become lost. Even if a pet is secured inside, the sound of the Blue Angels flying overhead can cause them to panic. Your companion animals should be microchipped and they should be wearing an identification tag on their collar. If you have moved, make sure that the microchip company has your current address and phone number.

The Seattle Humane Society offers $20 microchipping (includes national registration) for pets of income-restricted guardians. Appointments are available on a drop-in basis 7 days a week from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. For more information call (425) 641-0080 or visit the microchipping page on our website.

About the Seattle Humane Society Seattle Humane Society has been awarded the coveted 4-star rating by Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. Founded in 1897 to bring people and pets together, Seattle Humane Society provides incredible companion animals for adoption 7 days a week, pet workshops and training, a pet food bank, a low-fee spay/neuter surgery program, humane teen club, a visiting pets program and more. Seattle Humane Society is located in Bellevue, at 13212 SE Eastgate Way. For directions and more information, visit www.seattlehumane.org or call (425) 641-0080.

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One Comment

  • dog obedience tips09. Sep, 2010

    Our pet could sometime come to the point of being so noisy. Thanks for sharing ways to actually prevent this kind of situation.

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