If your pet is “kaboom” sensitive (like me — Miss Olive) over those dreaded fireworks on the Fourth of July — I hope that these pet safety recommendations will help pets and pet parents enjoy a pet safe and happy Fourth of July
🐾 it is best to leave your pets at home if you will be celebrating where there will be fireworks. Please believe me — your pets DO NOT enjoy those loud fireworks — kaboom — yikes!
🐾 Please remember that pets DO love a safe , cozy room with a comfy bed and healthy treats (yum!), listening to soothing music, or watching their favorite TV shows or videos (pet parents may just decide to stay home too — sounds sooo comfy, cozy — BOL! ) PLEASE be sure that ALL windows and doors are SECURELY locked — no escapees please.
🐾 If your pets become stressed at loud noises such as fireworks ( ooohhh — i’m thinkin there are a lot of Miss Olives out there! ) you may want to consider a Thundershirt (www.thundershirt.com) and/or natural stress relievers like Composure (www.vetriscience.com) or Rescue Remedy (www.rescueremedypet.com). If your pet has severe anxiety please contact your veterinarian to discuss medications.
🐾 It’s always best to be on the safe side – you never know if your little Diva may want to do some partying on their own — so PLEASE have your pets ID tags securely on your pets collars with clearly printed current contact information. Also — VERY IMPORTANT — please be sure your pet is microchipped with updated contact information.
🐾 The Fourth of July is the number one day for lost pets (www.lostpetprevention.com) — so please prepare and prevent this from happening — On behalf of all those “kaboom sensitive ” pets like me — Miss Olive — PLEASE KEEP YOUR BELOVED PETS CALM, SAFE AND SECURE AT HOME! ( thank you!!)