On the 4th of July we celebrate Independence Day. It is a day of fun and festivity, food and family. It is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 by the Continental Congress. This document declared that the original 13 colonies of America considered themselves a new nation, called the United States of America! (from Tech Notes).
As we celebrate this year, let us remember to take care of the 4-footed family members. As evening draws near, please take extra precautions for our furry friends and make sure they are inside, preferably in the house with windows closed and a TV or radio going to help block out the outside noise. Loud noises, such as that from fire crackers and fire works, frighten animals and they tend to run. And when they run, they often get lost.
So please, enjoy your holiday, but think about fido and fluffy before you leave for the day. Make sure they have what they need to keep them calm and secure during the Festivities!
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