The Fourth of July is a fun
holiday. The pool parties,
backyard fun, and the
Its not a fun time for our
dogs. The loud noises, bright
lights can and will spook your
If you can its best to keep them There
are those delicious B-B-Q’s. Chicken bones
and other foods can harm your beagle. Keep
them on their regular diet.
Keep your beagle at home during the public
fireworks show. Keep some of the dogs toys,
bed and turn on the radio or leave the tv on
at a normal volume. This will muffle the sound
of the fireworks. Also do this if your beagle is
an outside dog.
Take your Beagle for a walk early that morning.
It well help burn off some energy and lower the
Fourth of July pet safety tips :
• Keep alcoholic drinks, lighters and lighter fluid and fireworks out of reach. All have ingredients that are toxic to animals.
• Keep your pets on their normal diet—even if they’re begging for a burger from the grill.
• Keep citronella candles, citronella spray and other bug-repellents away from animals, unless the label specifically says the bug repellent is safe for animals.
See more tips from the ASPCA here.
Pet Firework Safety Tips Video
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Tips from Pet Advisor.com on How to Calm Pet Anxiety From Fireworks:
Seal the Hatch: Close all windows and doors. Doggie doors or cat flaps should be disabled as well. As for rabbits, bring them inside if possible. At the very least, cover your outdoor rabbit hutch with a blanket; also add a few blankets or extra bedding inside for comfort.
Curtain Call: Draw the curtains inside to help dull the noise.
White Noise: Run an air conditioner or fan, or put on some soothing background music — classical is great.
Read More very helpful tips from Pet Advisor that every beagle owner should keep handy.
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