Vets show their creative side to offer advice for pet owners around fireworks

The display at Quarrington Veterinary Surgery. EMN-150511-164159001
The display at Quarrington Veterinary Surgery. EMN-150511-164159001

A Sleaford veterinary practice has been showing its creative side to put across a warning message about keeping pets safe around fireworks.

Firework festivities are not always fun for your pets. Susan Edwards, administrator at Quarrington Veterinary Surgery told The Standard: “We are working very hard to assist pet owners to be aware of the stresses that firework night, and New Years Eve can pose for their beloved pets.

“Our award winning Veterinary Nurse, Sarah Mainwaring, has created an absolutely fabulous display in the Nurses Consult, together with our Veterinary Nurse, Samantha Shand’s display of an animal hide out/den.”

Sarah has already won two awards for previous displays.

Susan said: “Obviously with fireworks coming up next week, and New Year we want to spread the word about advice that can be offered regarding all sorts of tips and prevention, to assist all pet owners with any anxious pets due to the noise, etc this time of year causes.”

Will your pet be comfortable this firework season?

If you have any concerns, make an appointment with one of the nurses who can offer you help and support for you and your pet through this stressful period, easing the anxiety of the pets, and indeed their owners.

Call 01529 307878.