The 4th of July
Keep your dog safe and calm
Dogs aren’t singing the same tune about fireworks as Katy Perry. In fact, this patriotic day that goes out with a bang is one of the highest ranking for dog escapes. On top of that, some dogs become nervous wrecks.
Guess what? It doesn’t have to be that way. Follow one of these three tips below to keep your dog safe, confined and happy, while you enjoy American traditions.
Above all else, never leave your dog unattended or free in the yard when fireworks or other loud activities are happening. And have a great, safe Fourth of July!
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Make the most of the nice weather — for you and your dog.
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3 safety tips for your dog this season
What better time of the year than summer to enjoy the outdoors with your dog? Fetch, runs, trips to the pool, picnics… But caution: Too much of a good thing can go sour. Be sure to keep these three things in mind this season as you and your dog play under the sun.