Celebrating the anniversary of America's freedom can be fun for you, but not so much for your pooch.
We gave some safety tips to keep your dog from going cray cray this holiday with the help of the Thundershirt.
Here are some more ways to protect your pet!
Keeping your pet on his or her normal diet is essential. While it may be tempting to slip your pooch some barbecue, you'll be paying for it later, especially if your doggie get diarrhea or indigestion.
Also, keeping alcohol out of reach is ABSOLUTELY imperative and liter fluid and matches should also be stored somewhere safe
2. Sunscreen and Insect Repellant
An easy tip to follow, make sure your pooch doesn't receive protective barriers that are not designed for pets.
Ingestion of these products can lead to serious injury QUICKLY.
3. Glowsticks and Other Paraphernalia
Your doggie doesn't know how to rave, so sticking glowstick on him or her is never the way to go. Anything appealing or flashy can become your pooch's next meal and that means big trouble for you down the road.
Again, this most important tips are to avoid fireworks, especially using them near your dog and keep them calm and collected.
A calm dog is a happy dog…and a happy dog is a happy owner!
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