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Many summer celebrations include the artificial thunder and lightning of fireworks. Even the calmest of dogs can panic from these rumbles and flashes.
Tips to Secure Your Dog
To protect your dog’s security and peace of mind, don’t bring him* to fireworks displays.
*If normal thunderstorms frighten your dog, don’t leave her alone if there are fireworks near your home.
Update Your Pet’s Identification
What if your dog tries to escape the fireworks monsters? He might crash through a window, chew through his leash, or even climb a fence. He might run right around to the front door to wait for you, but he is more likely to keep running. Animal shelters and veterinary clinics are extra busy on the days following fireworks. They’re dealing with frightened and injured runaways and fielding calls from frantic pet parents. That ID tag can be your dog’s ticket home.
How do you keep your pet safe during fireworks celebrations?