Safety Tips for Dogs on the Fourth of July
Imagine this: You're a dog. You've had a long day of doing normal dog things. Maybe you chewed up some shoes, or chased an mailman, or maybe you went to the park and played fetch. Being a dog is exhausting, and you're ready to settle down for the night. You curl up in bed and start to relax. Just as you begin to drift off, you're jolted awake by loud, thunderous booms coming from every direction. Your eyes fly open, and frequent flashing lights glare in the windows.
Pretty scary, right?
This Fourth of July, go out and have fun, but be sure to take care of your furry, four-legged friends first! Most pets aren't used to the type of noise they will encounter on the Fourth of July, so take some steps to make your dog (or dogs) as comfortable as possible this year.