Hi, yes it's me, Penny the Jack Russell dog. Over here in Britain, we can be subjected to a number of very loud bangs and flashing lights in the sky, from Halloween and somewhat beyond Bonfire Night, also referred to as Guy Fawkes Night. The previous two years, I discussed my concerns about fireworks and the impact they can have on us animals. If you wish to check it out, here is the link : Penny's Pyrotechnic Plea.
What I will emphasise is that we ask humans to use a bit of common sense on Bonfire Night, which is on Monday, November 5. For your safety and the safety of animals, we would ask that humans would go to an organised, controlled public display of fireworks.
Renowned Shakespearean actor, Simon Callow, narrates the first bedtime audiobook for us dogs. It evidently can calm stressed dogs. Might prove ideal for me, especially on Bonfire Night. I just had a view of the video and it sort of got my attention. Just curious to see how my other animal friends react to this bedtime book for dogs. Here's a link that gives further info about the bedtime story developed for us dogs : Simon Callow's Bonfire Night bedtime story for dogs
And now I must go read my human, Gary, a bedtime story. I shall read him some extracts from the book I am writing about when I was a puppy titled, 'My First Bark'.