4TH OF JULY GUIDELINES FOR YOUR PETS
July is the time of season for fun in the sun, bbq’s, vacations and if you have nervous pet, the dreaded 4th of July holiday.Here are some tips for keeping your pets safe and calm during this time:
Don’t bring your pet to a fireworks display. The sound of the fireworks are three times greater than the human ear can even register.
Keep a collar and ID tag on your pet at all times. Cats should wear breakaway collars, and as a backup it’s advised to have either cat or dog microchiped from a veterinarian or check with SW Humane Society to see where they have a local clinic.
Indoor/outdoor cats are recommended to be brought indoors on the 3rd and to remain inside till the 5th. This is because fireworks are legal to buy in many areas and often individuals set them off on more than one evening during the holiday week.
If you find an animal that is lost, you can take it to your local vet to see if it has a microchip, but best to take it to the humane society, right away. The quicker you do this, the sooner the frantic owner will be reunited with his or her beloved pet.Here are some things we have that can help you help your pet have a calmer 4th of July.
Quite Moments – a time released formula in a chewable tablet and Quiet Moments in a soft chew.
Sentry calming collars with pheromones for both cats and dogs.
Thunder Shirts. These shirts, made to apply pressure create a calming effect for your dog.
From our pets to yours, we wish you a very safe holiday.COUPON 10% off all product calming products.
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