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Watch: How to build your own ‘doggy den’ this bonfire night

PUBLISHED: 17:16 03 November 2017

Find out how to build your own doggy den. Picture: LINDA RICE

Find out how to build your own doggy den. Picture: LINDA RICE

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A doggy den is a great way to keep your pooch calm and relaxed this fireworks weekend.

Watch our video on how to construct the perfect safe-haven for your pet.

1. Grab a table, or a collection of chairs. Any type of dining or coffee table will do.

2. Cover and fill underneath the table/chairs with blankets in order to muffle the sounds of the fireworks. The more blankets the better.

3. Pillows and toys are also a good addition too.

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