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Surviving the Fourth of July Fireworks with Your Pet

Surviving the Fourth of July Fireworks with Your Pet

By Justin Young

Independence Day is nearly here. Americans will celebrate the day in many ways. Some will spend the day at the lake or on the beach. Others will invite their friends and family over for a summer feast cooked on the grill. After the sun goes down, many people will gather outside to admire the fireworks that light up the night sky. While humans will enjoy the sights, our canine friends may become stressed out and fearful. Here are some ways you can prepare for the Independence Day fireworks with your pet.

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Keep Kids Safe Even with the Dogs You Know

By Michelle Mullins

77% of dog bites to kids come from a familiar dog. Do your children know how to stay safe around dogs?

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Protect Your Dog from Collar Accidents

By Toni Mark

Over 26,000 dogs suffer collar-related injuries each year. Prevent playtime, yard, and everyday choking hazards with a safety collar.

How to Train Your Pet to Use a Containment System

How to Train Your Pet to Use a Containment System

By Jessie McDowell

Follow these 5 easy steps to teach your pet to stay in your yard. Boundary training is fun and easy with 10-minute training sessions every day for 2 weeks.

Keep Your Cat Safe This Halloween

By Jessie McDowell

Halloween is a fun-filled holiday for children and adults, however, for a cat it can be a stressful and dangerous holiday. Keep your furry friend safe and calm with these tips.

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Pet Proof Your Holidays: Avoid Common Yuletide Hazards

By Jessie McDowell

Keep your pet on Santa's nice list by removing these dangerous yet common holiday items in your home.