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11 Safety Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe For the Fourth of July
1. Leave your pets at home for the fireworks/festivities.
2. Secure your pet in an enclosed room or kennel while not home.
3. Don't leave pets unattended outside, even in a fenced in yard
even for a minute on or before the 4th and after.
4. Make sure your pet is wearing a collar with current ID tags & call the microchip company (or log on) to make sure your information is updated.
5. Take profile photos of your pets in case you need to make a lost pet sign.
6. Have the TV & radio turned up loud (soothing sounds only) in each room for your pets, even if your home.
7. Put up baby gates in front of the doors to prevent an escape or to give you a two second head start to catch if they try to jump over.
8. Keep your pets secured in a bedroom while company is over so they don’t get out the front door when opened and closed.
9. Walk your dogs leashed hours prior to the fireworks. Martingale collars are safest collars for your dogs to not be able to back out of if scared. As a back up might be a good idea to purchase a whistle go explorer gps just in case they do escape.
10. Keep your pets inside during the fireworks.
11. This is just in case you need a 100% scent article (used to follow the scent of a lost pet by a professional) of your pet.
Put on a pair of gloves, take a few pieces of sterile gauze, rub all over your pets belly & neck for 30 seconds (do not rub gauze near the face, there is too much bacteria on the face and mouth. Put the gauze in a new non-scented zip lock bag, write your pets name & date on the outside of the zip lock bag and store in a drawer for safe keeping.
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11 Safety Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe For the Fourth of July 
1. Leave your pets at home for the fireworks/festivities.
2. Secure your pet in an enclosed room or kennel while not home.
3. Dont leave pets unattended outside, even in a fenced in yard 
even for a minute on or before the 4th and after.
4. Make sure your pet is wearing a collar with current ID tags & call the microchip company (or log on) to make sure your information is updated.
5. Take profile photos of your pets in case you need to make a lost pet sign.
6. Have the TV & radio turned up loud (soothing sounds only) in each room for your pets, even if your home.
7. Put up baby gates in front of the doors to prevent an escape or to give you a two second head start to catch if they try to jump over. 
8. Keep your pets secured in a bedroom while company is over so they don’t get out the front door when opened and closed.
9. Walk your dogs leashed hours prior to the fireworks. Martingale collars are safest collars for your dogs to not be able to back out of if scared. As a back up might be a good idea to purchase a whistle go explorer gps just in case they do escape.
10. Keep your pets inside during the fireworks.
11. This is just in case you need a 100% scent article (used to follow the scent of a lost pet by a professional) of your pet. 
Put on a pair of gloves, take a few pieces of sterile gauze, rub all over your pets belly & neck for 30 seconds (do not rub gauze near the face, there is too much bacteria on the face and mouth. Put the gauze in a new non-scented zip lock bag, write your pets name & date on the outside of the zip lock bag and store in a drawer for safe keeping.
Who doesn’t love the outdoors? This #CATurday we got you an easy DYI project your kitty will love ❤ ! Build your own CATio using IKEA furniture! Giving cats a protected outdoor space allows your cat to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of outside while being contained in a safe enclosure! Already have a catio? Share some photos!  #CATurday http://bit.ly/2hCdO2D
06/25 (2-4pm) Trying to catch the last cat in your colony who isnt fixed? How about catching a litter of kittens (all at once) with their mom? Don’t miss tomorrow’s FREE webinar on how to use “Drop Traps” for those extra challenging  TNVR cases. Sign up via Community Cats Podcast at https://t.co/KEN0nHx1UV