Jul 3, 2008

Boom! Boom!

The 4th of July is just around the corner!

Take this moment to remember your dog...loud, rocket explosion noises aren't usually something dogs experience on a daily basis and most dogs are not comfortable with these sounds. Additionally, a dog's hearing is on average ten times sensitive than a human's. Helping your dog stay comfortable while fireworks are set off is the responsible thing to do.

If you have a dog that is noise-phobic, please take a moment to read this article on fireworks written by 4 Paws University.


Have a safe and happy Independence Day!


  1. This will be Dennis's first Fourth of July so we'll see how he handles it. We'll be staying home and keeping an eye on him. I'm just hoping no idiots start any fires nearby with illegal fireworks, because I think all the firefighters in California are pretty busy right now ...

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