No cause for alarm for pet owners during the eclipse
With the solar eclipse coming up next Monday many people may wonder what that means for the animals.
All over the internet there are various reports of pets acting like they do before an earthquake, getting anxious or scared.
While this may sound like it makes sense, a Victoria veterinarian says there is no cause for concern.
Dr. Froehlich says pets probably won’t even notice the eclipse is happening. Saying “They’ll see it getting dark and may be confused as to why it’s getting dark in the middle of the day but I don’t think it’s going to have any major effect on our pets. It would affect dogs and cats the same as it would if we were to look at an eclipse, but they will not be drawn to look at it as we would be