Dogs and July 4th Fireworks Infographic
Posted by Kevin O'Donnell on 29th June 2017
More dogs run away on the 4th of July than any other day of the year. It is important to understand why dogs are afraid of fireworks and what you can to do make the experience less stressful for them.
While most dog owners think they have a safe and secure home, it’s always beneficial to make sure your dog’s environment is ready for a chaotic night. A few simple precautions can be the difference between having a relaxing evening and having to search for your runaway dog.
In the below infographic, we'll go over several steps to make the 4th of July a less stressful event for you and your dog!
Courtesy of: TheBarkBuzz.com
Kevin O’Donnell is a dog enthusiast and dog rescue
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