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Fourth of July Safety Measures For Your Dog

Fourth of July Safety Measures For Your Dog

Fourth of July Safety Measures For Your Dog

Fourth of July may be a day full of celebration with fireworks, BBQ’s, and other traditions for many Americans. But for dog owners, it may be a day spent waiting in the ER, while their dog gets treated for holiday-induced emergencies caused due to panic and anxiety. Dog’s aren’t fond of fireworks like we are. They don’t understand that the noisy fireworks are just for fun and attempt to flee from their home or get lost.

According to Animal Humane Society, “July 5th is the busiest day of the year at animal shelters, as companion animals that fled in fright the night before are found miles from their homes, disoriented and exhausted.”

If you’re planning to celebrate the Independence Day with your friends, family, and furry buddies. Follow these safety measures to prevent your celebration turn into tragedy and make it safe and fun as much as possible for your dogs.

Keep your dog indoors

Dog’s don’t like Fireworks. The loud noise and bright lights can cause your dog to run away or have a traumatic effect. Make sure to keep them indoors and protected from loud noises.

An Identification Tags are must haves

Make sure that your dog has his collar and ID tags on with current information. It helps to ensure your dog come back home safely if they flee.

Keep out of Noise

If loud noises upset your dogs, do not leave them alone while you’re out celebrating. Make sure that someone stays with your dog or play calm music or pick up a Thunder shirt to help them feel secure and relaxed.

Avoid Human Sunscreen and Insect Repellents

Sunscreens and insect repellants that you use might not be suitable for your dog. It can cause side effects such as vomiting, excessive thirst, diarrhea, drooling or neurological problem. Make sure that you avoid using it on your dog.

Keep away Alcohol

Alcoholic drinks are poisonous for your dog. It can lead to intoxication, weakness, coma, respiratory failure or death. Make sure that alcoholic beverages are out of reach for your dog.

Keep away Glow Sticks and Jewelry

Dogs are tempted to chew such items. Swallowing the plastic adornments and glowing chemical inside can cause excessive drooling, gastronomical irritation or intestinal blockages. Make sure to keep away glow sticks and jewelry from you curious dogs.

Distract them with Treats or Toys:

Treats or chew toys that your dog loves are a great way to divert their attention. Chewable helps to calm your dog and keep their mind off the noise. Make sure that you provide your dog with their favorite chews or toys to keep them engaged. 

The 4th of July can be enjoyable for every member of your family, including your fur babies. By planning ahead, you can be sure that you are doing the best for your pet as well as celebrate without any worries.

Happy Celebrations to our Yeti Family!

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