The fourth of July, that time when we gather with family and friends to celebrate our nation's independence will be here before you know it.
Some of us may choose to celebrate with a quiet hike or a few days in solitude at camp, while others will mark the day with a BBQ, a baseball game, and fireworks.
It's important to know and acknowledge how your pet, dog or cat, feels about these activities. If they are not fond of lots of people and activity, find a quiet place at home for them or consider boarding them over the holiday.
Fireworks, with their loud booms and bright flashes of light can be very frightening to pets. If they're right in your backyard or your neighbor's backyard they can be not only be frightening but can pose a danger to our pets. Keep your pets inside during any personal firework activity. If you go someplace to see the fireworks I would advise you to leave your pet at home in a safe quiet location. They'll be glad you did.
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