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Preparing Our Pets for 4th of July Fireworks — Ask a Vet, Ask a Dog Trainer





Certified dog trainer Cathy Madson and Dr. Stephanie Austin host a live event to talk about noise anxiety, fear of fireworks, and what you can start doing ASAP to prepare for the 4th of July fireworks.

If your dog or cat has anxiety about fireworks, learn what prescription medications your veterinarian may recommend and why it’s important to contact them sooner rather than later. It’s important to trial any medications or supplements prior to the fireworks.
Find out how to set up a safe space, desensitize and counter condition the sound of fireworks, and other tips for lowering stress in your pets on the 4th of July.
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