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Be Extra Careful with your Dogs Tonight!

Donnie B. Jul 4, 2016

  1. Donnie B.

    Donnie B. JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    https://positively.com/contributors/10-safety-and-calming-tips-for-dogs-during-fireworks/

    Our 90 pound monster is terrified and becomes a shaking, panting, basket case when they start going off. We close the windows, turn the fans on high, and the TVs up loud to help him out.

    Don't leave your dogs outside!!!! More dogs run away and get lost on the 4th than any other day of the year.

    Our two in the front with their neighbor friend in the back.

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  2. bettst

    bettst Enormous member

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    Good reminder, my little bastard is terrified of fireworks.
     
  3. MidnightAbyss

    MidnightAbyss JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    I find it funny that the resident chicken shit here isn't phased by fire works. The normally pretty brave one pants her ass off and paces everywhere crying. I turned the fans on last night but they weren't loud enough. :bwah:
     
  4. Clydetz

    Clydetz Forever straight and true Brigade Member

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    I'll be sure to sit outside tonight when I let the 2 pups out tonight. Pip is deaf but I think she may 'hear' the explosions from 2 places close by that are having firework displays off tonight.
     

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