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Stars and Barks: 4th of July Safety 

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  1. Sammy N

    Fantastic Article! It’s super important, plus most fur babies dislike loud noises or thunder it has to be the vibrations that scare them. Agreed leave the most home to relax. Happy 4th Y’all !

    • Sammy N

      *leave them home to relax!

    • Nicole F

      Sammy N, thank you for reading the article! We always leave our pups home or if we go somewhere, they stay inside. We hope you have a great 4th!

  2. Marky J

    Great read! Thanks!!

    • Nicole F

      Thank you for reading Marky, happy 4th!

  3. Johnny Benton

    Fireworks drive my dogs crazy. One of them shakes in the corner of the room, others hide under the bed. It’s madness.

    • Nicole F

      Our pups don’t like loud noises either Johnny! I hope these tips can help make your 4th more enjoyable. Good luck and happy 4th!

  4. Leslie D

    Thanks for the tips! I’m a new dog mom and I am worried how my little one will react to the fireworks.

    • Leslie D

      Sorry I meant for it to be 5 bones!!

    • Nicole F

      Thank you Leslie, being a new dog Mom is rewarding, I hope these tips help. Have a great weekend!

  5. Awesome article ! thanks for the insight!!

    • Nicole F

      Thanks Teddy!!! Have a great 4th. Thanks for reading

  6. Matt

    👍🏻

    • Nicole

      Thanks for reading

  7. Eva

    I love this time of year! Luckily my dogs don’t mind the fireworks. We keep em safe anyway.. thanks!!

    • Nicole

      Thank you! Have a great 4th

  8. Laurie K

    The fireworks have already started and my little one is freaking out. He shakes and follows me everywhere. I’m used to it by now. I rub his back to calm him down. It s the best I can do. Any advice to help?

    • Nicole F

      Hi Laurie hope your pup is doing well with the fireworks. Try creating a safe space for your pup with blankets and toys to keep him calm and comfortable and lots of cuddles!

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