July 2, 2024

Keep This Independence Day Stress-Free for Your Worried Pets

By: The Humane Society of Greater Dayton

As we celebrate America’s Independence Day with fireworks and festivities, it’s important to remember our furry companions who may find the loud noises and bright lights of the holiday stressful. The following tips from the Humane Society of Greater Dayton can help ensure your pets stay safe and calm during the Fourth of July:

By following these simple tips, we can all help ensure our pets have a safe and stress-free Fourth of July. Let’s celebrate responsibly and keep our furry friends happy and healthy!


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