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While the 4th of July is a time of celebration for us humans, it can be a time of high stress for your pets.  The empty homes, the parties and crowds, and of course the loud booming of fireworks can really overwhelm our four-legged friends.  Nothing is worse than seeing these little guys startled and nervously pacing the living room.  So we wanted to offer some tips and tricks on how to reduce your pet’s stress this 4th of July.

Supporting Your Pet on The 4th of July

For all those pets out there that struggle on the 4th, let’s talk damage control.  Loud noises scare most pets.  This can apply on any day of the year; however, the 4th of July tends to be an extreme example.  Pet behavior can become panicky and erratic when afraid, often leading to them getting loose and potentially lost.  A stressed pet wandering around town is a recipe for disaster.  So here are some tips to avoid it…

Keep your pet in a quiet, dimly lit room

Use a crate

Try CBD

Calming music

Chew toy

ID tags

TALK TO YOUR VET!

 

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