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Having a safe fourth of July

Noise sensitive pets can go to pieces

 

MetPet.com Staff Writer

Every noisy holiday leads to dogs and cats running heedlessly through windows, doors and walls and out into the night.  If your pet shows any sensitivity to the snap, crackle and bazoom of fireworks, make sure you:

1. Have a secure and relatively quiet place to leave them if they're home alone.  Outdoors is not the place to be on noisy nights. 

If they're highly sensitive, you may need to crate them.  A radio set to a soothing (think Muzak or classical) station can help create "white noise" and reduce the effect of the fireworks.

2. Outfit all your pets with a collar and ID tag and a microchip just in case they bolt out of the house anyway. 

3. Check to make sure they've made it through the night as soon as possible.  If they've bolted out of the house, you'll want to find them before they bolt out of the neighborhood. 

4. In extreme cases, you can talk to your veterinarian about sedation. 

Otherwise, just make sure someone isn't throwing firecrackers at your pets and that they aren't chewing the spent fireworks left on the street. 
 

 
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