BOSTON, June 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The 4th of July is a time for celebration with friends and family across the US – except when it comes to pets.
Dogs, cats, and other animals can't stand the 4th of July, with fireworks frightening them and making pets anxious. In fact, research has shown that missing pets increase 30% between July 3-5, as pets flee their homes in fear of fireworks.
K9 of Mine, a dog care website dedicated to helping owners care for their canine companions, announced today the release of a new and original infographic, "How to Keep Canines Safe for 4th of July Fireworks."
The infographic shares several tips owners can use to help keep their pets safe and calm this 4th of July. Senior Editor Meg Marrs says, "We hope owners can use this information to prepare their pets for the 4th and avoid any stress or fear. We want this holiday to be fun for humans and pets alike!"
If you find the infographic helpful, share with friends and family members or embed the infographic on your own website.
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SOURCE K9 of Mine