3 must-reads for the Fourth of July


Spotlighting 3 articles to help prepare pets and their owners for Fourth of July festivities

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The Fourth of July is a festive celebration in the United States, marked by fireworks, barbecues, and outdoor gatherings. However, the loud noises and bright lights can be distressing for pets. To keep them safe, it's important to keep them indoors in a quiet, secure area, away from the commotion. Ensure they have identification tags and a microchip in case they get scared and run off. Providing distractions, such as toys or soothing music, can also help keep them calm during the festivities. Here are 3 articles that provide in-depth information on pet safety and offer advice to help owners keep their pets calm.

  1. Preparing for July 4th: The day the greatest number of pets go missing. According to a news release by Petco Love, more pets are lost on July 4th than any other day of the year.
  2. Keeping pets safe this 4th of July weekend. Help inform clients about microchipping, anxiety management, and the importance of creating a secure environment for pets.
  3. Pet safety tips for summer heat and July 4th festivities. Share how to keep pets healthy and safe with the hot summer weather and fireworks.
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