Texas A&M Task Force 1’s Susan Dickens and K-9 Yyork have some tips for the holidays. Some pets can become very anxious around fireworks, so make sure you’re watching them when fireworks are going off. Using things like snug fitting vests and removing them from the area are some of the things you can do to help a pet that is distressed by the noise and the lights.
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