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Animal Planet emits a special program to calm the dogs from fireworks

The program will be on from 8PM to 2AM over Christmas period and New Years Eve.

Christmas is here and NYE is just around the corner. Everyone’s very happy because they spend their time with their families, give and receive presents, and much more. BUT the dogs are who suffer the most due to the fireworks.

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Animal Planet designates 12 hours of its programs time exclusively to pups to help them fight their fear for pyrotechnics.

Yes, as you read. The objective of this special program that counts with new content, is to avoid that the animals would suffer from the effects of pyrotechnics during the Christmas celebrations and New Year’s Eve 2020.

We all know perfectly well how sensible is the hearing of the dogs and other animals. This makes them, during NYE, 4th of July, and other festivities, suffer a lot due to the noise of fireworks. All that gets them nervous, provoke them anxiety, and other issues.

Read also A dog dies of heart attack caused by fireworks

As per information of Animal Planet, the content is part of USA Channel DOG TV and was designed by scientists, vets and dog experts.

They had in mind 68 academic studies and the supervision of four specialists of dogs’ behaviour before letting know the emission’s content.

The experts investigated on what colours, themes, visual tones and sound scales are perfect to calm down the dogs in a stressful situation. Like this they got to the conclusion that, for example, instrumental music, baby babbling and kids’ laughter calm the animals.

Meelis Paloson
Author: Meelis Paloson

I'm the Founder of Petinder. An Estonian guy living in Barcelona since the summer of 2004 and enjoying every single day of my life. I'm a big animal lover and a proud co-owner (with my partner) of a cat called Gael.

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Written by Meelis Paloson

I'm the Founder of Petinder. An Estonian guy living in Barcelona since the summer of 2004 and enjoying every single day of my life. I'm a big animal lover and a proud co-owner (with my partner) of a cat called Gael.

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