Many dogs are TERRIFIED of fireworks.  The unpredictable loud noises (cracks, snaps, and booms) combined with the flashes of light, smoke smells, and crowd excitement are all too much for them…

More dogs run away from home on July 4th than any other day of the year.  And it’s well known that July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters in the United States.

Plus, of course, a scared dog running loose on the streets at night is at risk of injury and even death.

So let’s talk about how you can prepare to keep YOUR DOG safe this coming July 4th.

STEP #1:  Make Sure Your Dog Is Wearing Identification

In addition to tattooing or microchipping your dog for identification purposes (something that should already be done, if not, speak with your vet)…

… I recommend taking the preventative step of ASSUMING the worst and preparing for it:

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