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Posted on 06-25-2018
While the human population adores fireworks, many dogs become frightened and stressed out because of them. Our experienced veterinarian at Radford Animal Hospital, Dr. Carol Hansen, explains that the noise and lights can spook dogs so much that many run away. In fact, July 4th brings about more lost dog reports than any other day of the year. Furthermore, panicked animals often hurt themselves in their efforts to escape. With this in mind, here are some ways to prepare for Independence Day in Radford, Christiansburg, Blacksburg, and Dublin to help your dog get through the fireworks storm safely and less stressed.
These tips will help pet owners with both preventive measures for injury and running away and also ways to ensure their pup enjoys the festivities, too.
Look no further than the top-quality care we provide for pets here at Radford Animal Hospital. We serve residents of the surrounding communities such as Christiansburg, Blacksburg, and Dublin as well. Contact us today at 540-639-3891 to schedule an appointment.
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