With so many dogs terrified of fireworks, 4th of July can be a frightening time for pups everywhere. In fact, July 5th is often the busiest day of the year at animal shelters, as pets run off from home in fear, found lost and confused the next day.
The folks at K9 of Mine created this handy infographic to help owners keep their dogs safe during 4th of July fireworks. These tips apply to New Years fireworks and any other situations involving fireworks, as well.
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Desensitizing your dog is very effective. I have desensitized my dogs by popping those plastic balloons that pad packages. It works great but is a little hard on my husband! I have been doing this for years and we no longer have 4th of July canine anxiety.