4th of july
Dogs And Fireworks: An Uneasy Combo
For animals, fireworks are scary, stressful, and make our four-legged friends flee — in fact, more dogs are lost on the 4th of July than any other day of the year.
July 4th Safety Tips For Your Pet
The top five 4th of July holiday tips, including firework safety, proper diet, costumes, and more advice to make Independence Day safe for humans and pets.
4th Of July Pet Safety Tips
By following these simple top 5 tips to insure your 4th of July and your pets will love you for it.
Shelters See Highest Number of Intakes on July 5
More animals enter shelters on July 5th than any other day of the year; here's what you can do so your pets stay safe and don't become a sad statistic.
July 5 Is The Busiest Day of the Year for U.S. Animal Shelters
On July 5, while many people relax after Independence Day, some spend the day searching desperately for their lost pets who were frightened by July 4 fireworks.
Adopt a dog or cat for the 4th of July
Fifty-six men signed the Declaration of Independence, which was adopted on July 4, 1776; here are 27 adoptable animals who share their names with those who signed the document.
Fireworks Can Be Dangerous For Pets
Comforting your pets when fireworks begin is essential: They can easily get stressed out by the strange, unknown noises, and, in turn, make other pets uneasy.
Five iconic American dogs and their tales
For the 4th of July, a list of five dogs who are firmly entrenched in American culture, including Lassie, Rin Tin Tin, and three other notable, famous pups.