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Guy Fawkes is coming up next week with fireworks going on sale from Saturday.
For many, it’s simply a good occasion to get together with friends, family and celebrate the coming of summer. For others, especially pets and livestock, it can cause some distress.
Please be mindful when letting off fireworks and consider the safety of the people with you, neighbours, their properties and nearby animals.
Here are some tips for keeping everyone - pets and all - safe this Guy Fawkes period.
Before letting fireworks off at home, consider attending a public display. They will often have more spectacular pyrotechnics and a higher level of safety than backyard celebrations.
If you do decide to have a backyard display, it’s important to follow these Fire Service safety guidelines:
Keep in mind, many pets and animals become highly distressed by fireworks. Below are the SPCA’s top tips for looking after our pets and animals:
Never let fireworks off close to animals.
If your dog goes missing, or you find a lost dog, call us on 0800 965 468 to talk to our Animal Control team. Owners of lost cats should contact SPCA Canterbury.
Enjoy yourselves this Guy Fawkes, but remember to take care around fireworks and consider your neighbours and animals.
Safety with Fireworks – New Zealand Fire Service
Guy Fawkes and Animals - SPCA