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DIY Fourth of July Poppers

One year ago   |   By Pause For Tails

Fireworks, picnics, barbeque and other Fourth of July traditions can be fun for people, but can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. When planning a Fourth of July celebration, it is important to remember to keep your furry friends safe during and after the festivities. Noisy fireworks can startle animals and cause them to run away. Prior to the 4 th , you can make sure your pets have identification tags with up to date information and that they are microchipped. During the celebrations on Fourth of July, leave your pets at home and consider having them in a safe, escape-proof...
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