There are now ‘Quiet Fireworks’ to keep your pet safe on firework nights
Imagine having the pleasure of watching the mesmerizing fireworks, without the loud unpleasant noise.
Now, this is absolutely possible! Plus, your pets will be safe from the emotional trauma noisy fireworks cause them.
ASDA has launched an exclusive range of fireworks that give you the exact same astonishing view but without any screeches or bangs.
All of the flashing bright lights and irritating banging noises can be extremely terrifying for our pets. That is why we need to be careful and think about our beloved four-legged friends while we’re having fun with fireworks.
The British retailer is selling a box of TNT Rainbow Low Noise Selection Box Fireworks with 12 different low noise fireworks.
This means you can now set a whole spectacular light show without worrying about causing any harm to the pets and the people in your neighborhood.
Additionally, the largest UK animal welfare charity, RSPCA, warns:
“Around 40 percent of dogs are fearful of loud noises such as fireworks, which alone means thousands of animals are affected by unplanned and random fireworks each year.”
ASDA was one of the first retailers that followed the urge for strict regulations from animal charities and pet owners.
Their quiet fireworks are selling as low as under £20 ($25).
Moreover, there are other supermarkets that are offering noiseless bangers, such as Morrisons and Tesco. On the other hand, Sainsbury’s took things a step further. In the interest of the helpless animals, they banned fireworks altogether in all their stores. A spokesman shares with LADbible:
“Fireworks are no longer available in our stores, but customers can continue to choose from a range of seasonal products, such as glow sticks and light up spinning wands.”
Dogs Trust admired their brave move.
“We congratulate Sainsbury’s on their decision not to sell fireworks this year and would encourage others to do the same.
This will enable owners to take steps to prepare their dogs ahead of any fireworks events. Good for the dogs and good for firework fans!”