Fourth of July

Prioritize Your Pet’s Safety When ‘Bombs are Bursting’ in the Air

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This article originally appeared on Dr Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on petMD. The 4th of July is an all-American tradition celebrating our country’s independence, yet our pets don’t necessarily share the same patriotic perspective. The stressful stimuli to which our companion animals are exposed can motivate the canine or feline version of Independence Day […]

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4th of July Holiday Pet Safety Tips

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It’s that time of year again for fireworks, backyard barbecues, and Americana clothing emblazoned with red, white, and blue.  Yes, the 4th of July holiday looms near, as does the possibility your pet will suffer stress, trauma, or illness associated with the festivities.   How can your pet catch a break and stay healthy?  You, […]

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Fourth of July Party Time with My Gal Pal Dixie

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I has so much fun this year for the Fourth of July. I am also very grateful that my IMHA is in remission and I am healthy enough to party with my dog and people friends! My dad took me down to Redondo Beach, where I got to hang out with my new canine companion, […]

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Fourth of July Firework Safety Tips for Your Pets

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I recently had a client contact me for advice on ways to reduce their dog’s stressful experience that inevitably occurs around the July 4th holiday. The loud, jarring noises produced by fireworks cause their dog to exhibit undesirable behaviors related to anxiety. Such behaviors include pacing, vocalizing, drooling, inappropriate urination and defecation, and destroying environmental […]

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