The Best Calming Treats for Dogs During Fireworks

Almost all dogs hate loud noises. From a door slamming to a dog's worst nightmare - 4th of July. In this post, we'll discuss how to use our dog calming treats for fireworks.

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How to use dog calming treats for fireworks

Calming treats take effect within 60-90 minutes. We recommend you give your dog one serving 2 hours before fireworks begin. And additional servings every 2 hours.

Our calming treats are designed to calm dogs and improve dog anxiety during high stress situations (like 4th of July).

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10 Natural ingredients in calming treats

At Xen Pets, our Calming Treats for Dogs contain 10 natural ingredients formulated to improve your dog's anxiety. Click the linked ingredients to learn more.

  1. Hemp seed powder
  2. Hemp seed oil
  3. Valerian root
  4. Chamomile
  5. Passion Flower for Dogs
  6. L-Tryptophan
  7. Ginger root
  8. L-Theanine
  9. Thiamine mononitrate
  10. Magnesium citrate

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    Frequently Asked Questions: How to calm a dog during fireworks

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    Can I give my dog melatonin for fireworks?

    Yes, melatonin may help your dog if they have fireworks anxiety.

    Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone. It has the ability to help dogs in many ways, even helping with anxiety by promoting sleep.

    Can dogs die from fireworks?

    Dogs cannot die from fireworks. The stress that comes with fireworks anxiety can sometimes become overbearing.

    If their underlying respiratory or cardiovascular health was already compromised, stress could push them over the edge with increased heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure.

    Can fireworks give a dog a heart attack?

    Although extremely unlikely, fireworks can give your dog a heart attack. This is especially true if your dog has an underlying heart condition.

    Will Benadryl calm my dog during fireworks?

    Benadryl is typically well tolerated by most dogs and can help them sleep.

    However, Benadryl should not be given to dogs with certain health conditions. As always, speak with your veterinarian prior to giving your dog Benadryl.

    Lastly, Benadryl may actually increase your dog's anxiety. So be careful giving this medication to your dog.

    Is Your Dog Panting During Fireworks?

    Many dogs that shake, pant, and scratch the carpet are feeling anxious. This anxiety can be driven by fear or you have an anxious dog on your hands.

    Can fireworks cause dog diarrhea?

    When a dog is scared, their body goes into fight-or-flight mode. This causes him to release adrenaline, which in turn speeds up his digestive system. As a result, he may feel the need to relieve himself even if he doesn't really have to go.

    Wrap up

    When the holidays approach it's important to prepare and calm anxious dogs. Dog anxiety medication and prescription medications can be difficult to find and a calming treat may be more appropriate.

    Xen Pets has the best calming natural supplement to treat anxiety during holidays, fireworks, and other stressful events.

    If your dog's struggling with fireworks or even separation anxiety, keep your dog calm and shop our dog calming treats today.

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    By Tory Johnson

    Tory Johnson is a veteran dog trainer, dog behaviorist, and canine nutritionist with 10+ years experience.

    Tory has helped countless families have beautiful relationships with their canine companions.

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