Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips & Memories 🇺🇸

 

 


 Flashback ~ July 4, 2021 ~ Wolfie

 

"Sending you a day full of sunshine, a heaven filled with rainbows, and a pocket full of dreams. "
~Judith Wibberley

 

 




 

 

 ♥︎ Memories are Visits for the Heart. ♥︎

 

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Happy Friday! 

 

 


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  1. Our Angel Little Bit hated fireworks. We took great care to keep her safe. Great tips.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  2. Love those shades, fireworks not so much!

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  3. Thanks for the blog hop and it is so important to remind everyone how to look after their pets on 4th of July and I personally hate the fireworks. Happy 4th of July from us

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  4. These are great July 4th safety tips for your dog. I like that you included not to scold your dog for being scared. I'm always amazed that people get mad at their pups for being scared. How is a dog or human supposed to control that emotion? Heck, if we all could simply push a button and control our emotions this would be a different world.

    Excellent job! I LOVE your infographic! I'm sharing with all my dog parents!

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  5. Thanks for sharing these 4th of July safety tips and trip down memory lane. I'll be sharing for sure. Enjoy the holiday weekend. Hope you can rest and pamper yourself.

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  6. I love fireworks by a professional display but the home displays UGH Sorry but its just me. Dogs and cats are terrified. Thnk you for your helpful reminder list.

    Marjorie at Dash Kitten

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  7. Great tips! I so hate that something some people find so fun, is so stressful to so many animals. The fireworks didn't used to bother my dogs, but as my senior boy gets older he's gotten more sound sensitive. We'll be spending our 4th in with the dogs, to make sure everyone remains happy and stress free. Happy 4th and thanks for the blog hop!

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  8. Every year people forget how to drive in the snow. And every year they don't seem to remember 4th of July safety tips until the day comes. So often people ask about how to alleviate their dog stress when there is little time to do much about it.

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  9. Our town has lots of firework displays that are launched less than a mile away from our home. Luckily, our dogs don't seem to mind them, but we always keep them inside so they can't get scared and runaway.

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  10. Thanks for sharing these great tips to keep dogs safe during the Fourth of July! I hope they helped a lot of families.

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  11. These are great tips, and I love that photo of Wolf - the sunglasses are amazing!

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