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Every year, we hear terribly sad stories of dogs taking off running after the fireworks, crowds, etc. scare them. We all love our pets and want to spend time with them, but please leave them at home for the fireworks. There are countless animals that have been lost on the Fourth of July that have never been found.
If you know that your dog or cat is scared of fireworks, thunder, loud noises, etc., consider making sure they are in an escape-proof crate or room in your house. Maybe consider leaving a television or music on to help drown out the noise.
If your pet is extremely sensitive, consider talking with your veterinarian about calming medications or other remedies to keep your pets calm during the fireworks show. Please help protect your four-legged friends by simply leaving your pets at home.
At this time of year, and always, make sure your pets are wearing ID tags or are micro-chipped with your current contact information in the event they become lost.
Dog licenses may be obtained through the Treasurer’s Office 517-264-4554