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How To Make A Pet Friendly Diwali

First of all, wishing you all a very Happy Diwali from the entire team of Pets World.

Diwali disasters affect pets, homeless and families ones alike. Animals have a level of hearing and crackers sound might upset your furry family members. Here is how you can ensure a safe and happy Diwali for your pets:


Do not ignore your pet’s nature

In Diwali, pets run to comfortable hiding places because they think of cracker noises as danger and want to run to safety. If your pet hide in a closed place like under the sofa or bed, do not drag them out, as it is their natural instinct to hide from the potential dangers. The sound of firecrackers is not natural sound and it causes immense stress to the pet animals. It is reported that many sensitive animals even die of such stress. Therefore, you should feed your pets before Diwali celebration and try to keep them indoors. Further, the pet owners should not tie their dogs in gardens and keep a watch on them, as animals in a state of panic tend to run away.


Pet-friendly crackers

The best solution to keep your pets safe as well as to celebrate Diwali in the traditional way is using pet friendly crackers. You can use no-noise crackers to ensure the safety of your pet. You should make your pet sit at a safe distance in order to avoid any accident. Furthermore, the market has a variety of dog accessories like ear muffs to cut out on the noise.

Try to burst crackers on the terrace

It is not possible to put a stop to the cracker bursting, as festivals have a tremendous emotive value for people but the least you can do is to be a little compassionate. Therefore, instead of bursting crackers on the road where strays or pets can and do get injured, cracker bursting can be done on the terrace.

Some tips:

  • You should ensure that you are always around your pet
  • You should make sure that your pet is not hungry or thirsty
  • Try to use dog accessories like ear muffs etc
  • You can use crackers like phuljhadi and chakri around your pet so as to reduce noise level

Go Green

Try going green this Diwali by not bursting crackers and instead lighting earthen lamps. This will not only save your money but also save the community from the harmful effects of noise and air pollution.




The blog editor of Pets World is a pet aficionado and fervently follows her pet-obsession. A pet parent to animals big and small for the past two decades. The sum of all experiences gathered is an amalgamation of useful knowledge and research.

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