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Fireworks. Cookouts. Warm weather. Patriotic music. Pool parties. Fun in the sun. Fourth of July is one of the most enjoyable holidays to gather with your loved ones. Unfortunately, the holiday can be scary and potentially dangerous for our pets. Here are some Fourth of July pet safety tips to remember during your holiday celebrations, so you can have a fun and hazardous-free time with your pet.
- Keep your pet away from alcoholic beverages.
Happy dog, happy owner, right? As man’s best friend, we want our dogs to feel good each day of their lives. Research has shown dogs relax humans, so it only makes sense we do the same for them! You may have a job, home, errands, and kids to care about, but your pup may have a lot more stress than you think. No one likes stress and its effects, so it is important that we spot when our furry friend is feeling a bit under the weather!
Dirty dog? Bath time can be as fun as play time, and as fast as your dog can fetch with Don’t Worry… Don’t Rinse Me! by Ark Naturals. The waterless shampoo couldn’t be easier to use! Your dog will be feeling clean and pristine in just 2 simple steps:
- Pump product onto your hands or directly onto the dog’s coat
- Gently massage the foam all over
Your hands will be clean (not sticky,
Hate the feeling of being anxious and stressed? Your pup does too! Unlike you, your dog can’t sip on some warm tea, take a soothing bubble bath, pick up a book, take a yoga class, or talk to a therapist to release or lessen his anxiety. Just like stress can affect your daily life, dogs can have stress that negatively impact their life as well.
If you think your dog may be stressed,
Loyal. Reliable. Loving. Fun. Sweet. Handsome. We’re just describing…. the perfect dog! Your pooch certainly loves your attention and spending time with you – there’s a reason he’s called “man’s best friend,” after all! Dogs require a lot of time, attention, and love from their owners. However, there are certain breeds that require even more attention than others, including: huskies, pugs, Dalmatians, Labrador retrievers, Yorkshire terriers, and border collies. If you have one of these breeds,
A dog without a bark is like tree with no leaves! Something is missing! All dogs are different. Barking is more common with some breeds than with others. For example, Collies aren’t known to be silent, but usually only bark when they really have something to say; Mastiffs rarely raise their voices; Great Danes are known to be the quietest of all dogs, while Beagles are known to be extremely vocal.
Whether you hate barking or don’t mind it,
Mud. Drool. Leaves. Dust. Sand. Food. You name it, your dog will have it on him when he is having fun! Dogs get dirty – that’s a fact. When you can smell your furry little companion from across the room, you know it’s time for a bath. Do you really want his stinky, filthy little paws crawling all over you? Or in your bed? We think not!
Bath time can be a really tiring,