With July 4th fireworks coming soon, it's important to start thinking about how to keep your dog (or any other pet, for that matter) as calm as possible. Every year shelters get overwhelmed with huge numbers of pets (both cats and dogs) who run away because they're so frightened by 4th of July fireworks noises. Did you know there is a Rescue Remedy for Pets? Find out more at http://tinyurl.com/29n9xlk
I always worry when it's time for 4th of July fireworks. My lab, in particular, gets so frightened that she hides in her in the bedroom and just lays there, panting and quivering. She gets so freaked out that she'll even ignore treats! Fortunately, I'm now living in a location where it's not as bad as it used to be, but ... Every year I get an email from my local shelter within a day or so of the 4th of July asking for folks to foster cats and … more
I have always loved animals and have been given the gift of being loved back by them. Seven years ago, I adopted an 8-month-old puppy who was starved and mistreated from a local shelter. In learning about … more
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