Dogs often get frightened and anxious due to the fireworks celebrations and loud noises during the fourth of July festivities. Inmates from the Brevard County Jail had the opportunity to visit these shelter animals to give them some companionship during the stressful Independence Day celebration.
As a responsible dog owner, you probably take steps to make sure your pup is safe and as relaxed as possible on Independence Day, but there are some things that are done with the best intentions that end up making dogs’ fears worse.
More dogs go missing on the 4th of July than any other day of the year. With all the noisy fireworks, loud parties, and distractions, it’s no wonder so many pooches bolt and get lost on Independence Day. Following a few safety tips will help keep your dog safe.
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.
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.
This 4th of July weekend, pet parents are urged to remember that holiday fireworks are often at the center of pet injuries, and the proper measures should be taken to keep all dogs and cats as safe as possible as Americans celebrate their country’s birthday.
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.
The town of Collecchio passed a law that requires fireworks to be silent. The law is intended to protect pets and wildlife from problems caused by loud noises.
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.