How to Prepare Your Pets for the 4th of July
2 years ago - By Rivertown Animal Hospital
Independence Day is a fun and relaxing summer holiday for most people. Adults take extra time off work, kids watch parades and go to carnivals, friends host backyard barbeques, and the whole family enjoys watching fireworks together. Unfortunately, some pets become highly fearful and anxious due to the change in routine and the frequent, unexpected loud noise of fireworks.
You can control some of your dog or cat's anxiety by keeping them at home during festivities. Fireworks will likely go off all summer long in the Stillwater area and surrounding communities as summer festivals take...
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