Holiday festivities can be filled with loud noises that may leave your dog anxious and fearful, a condition known as noise aversion. But we’re offering a new way of treatment to help your dog remain calm throughout the season. Sileo is the first and only FDA-approved treatment for canine noise aversion.
Canine noise aversion is caused by the sound of celebration, as well as doorbells, fireworks, thunder and construction noise. Sileo calms without sedating—so your dog can interact and enjoy time with your family.
Does your dog react to loud noises (fireworks, thunder, construction noise or street noise) with any of the following behaviors?
We will be closed December 24-26 & 31 and closing at noon on the 30th. We wish you a safe and peaceful season! In case of emergency, please contact a local emergency hospital.
Crossroads Animal Referral & Emergency
1080 W. Patrick Street
Frederick, MD 21703
Phone: 301-662-CARE (2273)
Central Carroll Animal Emergency
1030 Baltimore Blvd, Ste 180
Westminster, MD 21157
Animal Emergency Clinic of York
1640 South Queen St
York PA 17403
Animal Emergency Critical Care Associates
At The Life Centre
165 Fort Evans Rd
Leesburg, VA 20176
Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Animal Emergency Medical Center
11 Willow Mill Park Rd
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Littlestown Vet Hospital