Keep them safe


Statistics show that more pets are separated from their families on July 4 more than any other. It’s your responsibility to make sure that your furry family members are safe.

Keep them indoors. If like enjoy being in a kennel, keep them kenneled, especially if friends and family are going in and out.

Keep them away from the fire fireworks, they could get burned.

Don’t leave them in a car, even with the windows open. It just isn’t safe.

If the noise from the fireworks makes your pet anxious, turn up the music, give them a toy or a treat to keep them distracted.

Make sure they have identification tags just in case they get loose.

Have a wonderful day, but please keep the safety of your pets as a first priority.

5 Replies to “Keep them safe”

  1. I keep the boys in and find the National Fireworks display (replay) on TV, gradually turning it up until it’s fairly loud. By the time the real fireworks go off outside, the boys either don’t care anymore or can’t tell the real from TV. The marching band music that goes with it is an added bonus. 🙂

  2. Treats and Thundershirts ready. TV will be turned up. Is this payback for when I shot fireworks off in the neighborhood as a kid? I didn’t have any pets growing up, so I didn’t know any better.

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