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Pet Safety Tips For Monsoon

Pets, particularly dogs with many other domestic animals are quite sensitive creatures. They freak when it rains, sometimes even for thunderstorms and during these instances there will be chances for the pets to run and lose way. For such cases here are a few tips on how to safeguard pets during monsoon season. Take a look at our simple pet safety tips for monsoon for a better care of these all time, undemanding pals.

Pet Safety Tips For Monsoon -

1. Try to safeguard your pets by keeping them indoor. Make a place for these pets in any small corner of your house as heavy rains may result in blowing off the tree branches and loose bricks.

2. Since dogs are hydrophobic, the sounds of the heavy shower may panic them so try switching on music or television to lower the outdoor noise.

3. It is always a good idea to put a microchip enabled collar or I.D tag for the pet so that even if it gets missed, it will be easy to track or at least help in lodging a missing complaint.

4. If in case the pet goes missing, one of easy ways to find them is by making posters of the dog and putting up in the neighbourhood or on social network. You can advertise in newspapers and magazines saying pet missing.

5. Since it is the damp season, pets get infected with a lot of germs and viruses which require treatment by Vet. Frequent check-ups will keep the dog or any pet animal safe and happy during monsoon.

6. Do not give them bath in monsoon season as rains would have already scared them enough. Always remember that Pet safety is as importsnt as your safety.

These pet safety tips for monsoon may look basic but are very important as it is something to do with the pet psychology.

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Story first published: Tuesday, June 21, 2011, 16:10 [IST]
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