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Fourth of July Pet Safety

Pet parents! More pets get lost or hurt on July 4th than any other day of the year. Keep your pets safe, heathy and anxiety-free with these safety measures.

First, begin making your checklist a few days before the holiday of all the things you need to do to keep your pets safe. Now is the time to:

  • Secure fences
  • Refill anxiety medications
  • Find or purchase your thunder shirts
  • Update pet microchips and ID tags
  • Take current photos of your pets

Use these 7 safety tips on July 4th to keep your pets safe and healthy:

  • Be sure your pets are wearing up-to-date ID tags at all times
  • During cookouts, ask guests to play with your pets away from the flames
  • Keep charcoal, fireworks and sparklers away from your pets at all times
  • Take a current photo of your pets, just in case. Keep it handy, so you can have it at a moment’s notice.
  • Give your pets thunder coats to help ease their anxiety during fireworks time
  • Reserve a fafe space in your home where they can retreat from guests and fireworks


DURING Fireworks:

  • Keep your pets secured INSIDE your home
  • If your dog or cat is afraid of loud noises, leave gentle music or the TV playing for them to cover the noise of the fireworks
  • Give your pets a safe place to hide from the noise
  • Keep your pets busy with toys, games and treats
  • Skip the celebration and stay home with your pets. Sometimes your presence makes all the difference, and they might really need you!

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