New Years Eve is a time for celebration. We celebrate all that the past 12 months has given us and we look forward to what the new year has to bring, but as the year draws to a close it’s important to remember our furry friends in the middle of the New Years Eve festivities.
New Years Eve can be loud, busy, and overwhelming for dogs; however, with the right preparation, you can help ease your pooch into the new year. That’s where Bugalugs can help!
The Benefits of Lavender
Dogs can experience anxiety during the festive season, and this is down to: loud noises, bright lights, new faces and changes in their routine. Luckily, there are ways to help your dog through this.
Lavender has calming properties which can aid in alleviating your dog’s anxiety and stress. It’s therefore an ideal ingredient to include in shampoos and colognes designed to calm dog’s down, which is why Bugalugs have created the 4-1 Lavender & Chamomile Shampoo and Conditioner and the Lavender & Chamomile Deodorising Spray. These fantastic products aid in creating a spa-like experience for your dog leaving them smelling great for days after use.
Not only does lavender help to calm pets down, but it’s also a natural insect repellent so it might help to keep fleas and ticks at bay. Lavender oil is also very gentle on the skin, which makes it great for dogs with sensitivities or those prone to allergies and can help to soothe minor irritations. Another fantastic benefit of Lavender is that it has a long-lasting smell, so it is great for keeping your pet’s coat smelling delightful for days after use.
The Bugalugs Hemp Oil is 100% natural and contains vitamins A, D & E and Omega 3, 6 & 9. It’s perfect for calming anxious dogs and relieving stress related habits like chewing paws. This product also has health benefits such as maintaining healthy skin and coat, supporting the immune system, and aiding the joints. If you’re looking for the perfect solution to keeping your dog calm as we enter the new year, then this is it. Simply use as directed on the back of the bottle and keep your dog calm and content as the celebrations commence.