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Let’s make Holi colourful for pooch!

Splashes of coloured water, dry gulal (colour) in the air, sweet ghujias and crunchy namkeens, fun ‘n’ frolic – this is what Holi is all about.

It is very important to keep your pets safe during Holi. Here are a few tips to make Holi ‘colourful’ for your pets:

  • 012Keep your pooch inside during the time people are playing Holi. Take him out only when the frenzy gets over.
  • Water balloons can hit your pet’s eyes and cause problems. So, keep your pooch away from children who play with them.
  • In case your pooch gets hit by a water balloon on his eye, wash his eye immediately. If irritation persists, contact your vet.
  • Since colours contain chemicals, they can harm your dog’s coat. Moreover, dogs can even lick the colour and fall sick. So, it is not a good idea to play Holi with your pet.
  • In case, your pooch ingests colour and consult your vet immediately.
  • Splashing water on pooches can make them catch cold. So, keep Mr Wet Nose away from getting wet.
  • After Holi, give your pooch a good bath with a dog shampoo only.
  • If by chance, his coat gets spotted with paint, trim the fur.
  • Do not feed him sweets and namkeens. Instead, give him his favourite treat.
  • Shower him with your ‘love’ because there’s no substitute for love. This definitely will add colour to his life!

Let’s make Holi colourful for pooch!

Splashes of coloured water, dry gulal (colour) in the air, sweet ghujias and crunchy namkeens, fun ‘n’ frolic – this is what Holi is all about.

It is very important to keep your pets safe during Holi. Here are a few tips to make Holi ‘colourful’ for your pets:Seasonal

  • Keep your pooch inside during the time people are playing Holi. Take him out only when the frenzy gets over.
  • Water balloons can hit your pet’s eyes and cause problems. So, keep your pooch away from children who play with them.
  • In case your pooch gets hit by a water balloon on his eye, wash his eye immediately. If irritation persists, contact your vet.
  • Since colours contain chemicals, they can harm your dog’s coat. Moreover, dogs can even lick the colour and fall sick. So, it is not a good idea to play Holi with your pet.
  • In case, your pooch ingests colour and consult your vet immediately.
  • Splashing water on pooches can make them catch cold. So, keep Mr Wet Nose away from getting wet.
    After Holi, give your pooch a good bath with a dog shampoo only.
  • If by chance, his coat gets spotted with paint, trim the fur.
  • Do not feed him sweets and namkeens. Instead, give him his favourite treat.
  • Shower him with your ‘love’ because there’s no substitute for love. This definitely will add colour to his life!