July 4th

June 24, 2017






1. Don't Freak OUT

Fireworks explosions are loud and frightening to pets. Keep them secured in a quiet room during the displays.


2. Take a Chill Pill

Some Pets need help to ease the stress of fireworks. Talk to us about products and medications that can help.


3. Party Animal 

BBQs and gatherings are fun for us, but pose problems for pets. Keep alcohol and foods out of paw's reach.


4. Stay Cool

It can get hot outside and the festivities can be distracting. Make sure your pet has plenty of water and shade.


5. Microhip

More pets get lost on July 4ht than any other day of the year. Microchip your pet and avoid the stress of a lost pet.


Recognize and decrease your pet's stress and anxiety 

Look for and Pay attention to the following : 


1. Panting

2. Drooling

3. Pacing

4. Hiding

5. Abnormal Urinations or defecations

6. Dilated pupils

7. Excessive grooming

8. Decreased appetite


For more information on how to protect your pet visit us!


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