Tips to keep that tail wagging
WASHINGTON -- This holiday weekend, keep the family pet happy by leaving the little guy at home.
"It's best that before the fireworks start, take Fluffy or Fido home where it's safe and quiet and you won't risk them either getting away or being frightened," says Besty McFarland with the Humane Society of the United States.
McFarland warns that every year spooked pets take off for the hills once the fireworks start. To avoid losing man's best friend, always keep a collar and identification tag when taking a pet away from home.
Having a microchip implanted could also make traveling easier and less worrisome, she says.
And remember, "don't ever leave them alone in a car" as temperatures can shoot up into the triple digits quickly.
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