4th of July Pet Tips

4th of July Pet Safety

More furry friends go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year.  We have some pet safety tips to keep your furbaby safe this holiday.

 

Take Your Dog For a Long Walk.

This will tire them out and give them a chance to go potty before the loud BANGS start. They can be more at ease & you’ll have less to clean

Leave Your Dog At Home.

Provide them with a safe comfortable space to keep them calm. Close windows securely and turn on the TV or music to help drown out the noise.

Keep Your Dog Occupied.

Make sure they have a good chew toy that will last for hours. Toys that can hide treats inside are a great choice.

Know Where Your Dog is.

Microchips and tracking collars are the best ways to keep track your dog(s). Make sure your dog is wearing his or her ID collar with all of your current information.

Consider Staying Home.

One of the best ways to ensure that your dog is safe and secure is to stay with your dog especially if they have high anxiety.

For more tips on keeping your pets safe this holiday and throughout the summer, check out the ASPCA website.
 
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