During fireworks displays, we often see that people are bothered by noise. Some people find it difficult to sleep, and they find it very annoying. Just think how it would be for us humans as pets? There are pets like dogs that cause anxiety due to noise. For this problem, all the doors and windows in the house are closed, and there are solutions such as walking during the day as there are very few fireworks displays during the day. Also, there are things like tension belts or comfy jackets you can buy. A student came up with this idea to help pets, and it went viral.
A student from the UK did this with his dog and worked to calm his dog
Caitlin Miller, a 17-year-old student from South Shields, shared on Facebook about the $ 30 cut. She wrote on Facebook that anyone afraid of dogs and fireworks could get a pair of old socks instead of using stress straps and cut off the ends and put them tightly on their heads.
All you need is a pair of old socks
It has been said that this gives the pet a feeling of being petted and gives them relief. They said they used it a year ago and will use it this year. She said she wanted to share this with her friends.
Her anti-stress band, which is endemic to the internet, costs about $12.
An anti-stress band inspired her she saw online to create this. The band she saw was more than $ 12. Rather than buy one, she created her own for her beloved pet. Her Facebook post received 1.4k likes and over 11k likes. And also, someone had shared more information. The man said the tuberculosis bandage was also working. Another said there were no socks in the world that went through his dog’s head.
Here’s what people said about this new hack.