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Fourth of July Fireworks Pet Safety

Posted by Jennifer on June 27th, 2013

 As the end of June looms, I start to make my checklist and gather my Fourth of July supplies… if you’re thinking that includes a picnic blanket, some bug spray, and paper plates, you haven’t lived with a pet who starts anxiety drooling and pacing as the sun goes down in the days leading up […]

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Fireworks are not Fido’s or Fluffy’s friend

Posted by Jennifer on July 4th, 2012

If you haven’t heard the message yet, now’s the time, and we’ll tell you why: Keep your pets inside so they’ll be safe this 4th of July! As our spokesperson Pia says on her blog today, “…even though fireworks are illegal in many places, there are invariably plenty of neighborhood patriots still lighting them off […]

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Fireworks & July 4th Pet Safety Tips

Posted by Jennifer on June 27th, 2012

It’s that time of year again! Fireworks are part of many celebrations, and are tons of fun for humans… but not so much for our furry family! July 4th especially can be a day of terror for our dogs and cats. At night the bangs and screeching of fireworks elevate your pets’ fight-or-flight drive. This […]

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4th of July Fireworks Pet Safety

Posted by Jennifer on June 30th, 2011

Fireworks are part of many celebrations, and are tons of fun for humans… but not so much for our furry family! July 4th especially can be a day of terror for our dogs and cats. At night the bangs and screeching of fireworks elevate your pets’ fight-or-flight drive. This can cause them to panic, wet […]

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Tips For Your Dog during 4th of July Fireworks

Posted by David on July 2nd, 2009

While begging for hot dogs, and picnic scraps might seem like the perfect dog day, what comes after on the 4th isn’t so K9 friendly. At night the bangs, cracks, and screeching of fireworks elevate your dogs drive and can cause them to panic, run, become highly distressed, wet the floor, tear up things, pant […]

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Everything You Need to Keep Your Pets Safe This Fourth of July

Posted by Frances Vega on July 2nd, 2018

Fourth of July is just around the corner and you are likely eagerly preparing for all the fun festivities the day brings. How can you beat lounging in the backyard with a good BBQ, friends and family, and beautiful fireworks lighting up the night sky. Sure, it’s a ton of fun for us humans, but our […]

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Lost and Found: A Guide

Posted by Dana on April 20th, 2017

Click here for printable version The statistics are troubling: One in three pets will get lost. Without identification, only 10% will return home. Losing your beloved dog or cat is a terrible experience, and we hope it never happens to you. Follow the links below for specific advice: The Best Option: Prevent Your Pet From […]

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5 Imperative Tips to Ensure a Pet-Safe Holiday

Posted by Guest Author on December 15th, 2016

While you’re busy reveling in the joy of the season and the warm embrace of family and friends, your pets could be getting into trouble. Holiday festivities can inadvertently have a negative impact on your pets and their health. Here are five tips to help you keep your pets safe this holiday season:   Tip […]

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Prepare your Pets for 4th of July

Posted by Jennifer on June 30th, 2015

Did you know that more pets are lost in the USA on the 4th of July than any other day of the year? Combine fireworks with friends and family gatherings with their comings and goings accidentally leaving doors and gates open, and even the most sedate well-behaved pet can freak out or get disoriented and […]

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Tips for a happy New Year’s Eve with your pets

Posted by Jennifer on December 31st, 2014

Happy New Year! New Year’s Eve is tonight. Are you and your pets ready? If you’re having a party at your house, consider safely containing even the most social party animal for his and her safety. You may think your pets seem happy, but cats, dogs and other pets are excellent at hiding stress (a […]

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