Fireworks Safety and the 4th of July


Jason Carr, Former Pet Health Network Editor-in-ChiefDog Checkups & Preventive Care

Think it’s too early to start thinking about fireworks and the 4th of July? Think again. It’s time to start prepping your dog now. Loud “BOOMS” in the sky start well before the holiday. In addition, it takes time to prepare and desensitize your pet.

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