Happy 4th of July

THC, a key psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, is toxic to dogs, veterinarians warn. So keeping dogs away from discarded joints, edible marijuana or drug-tainted poop is important.

“Man That’s Some Good Shit!”

Ran across this picture of what looks to be a stoned dog in an article about not letting your pets eat your doobies. If you catch your dog with his head in a bag of Doritos, then you might want to worry. LOL

A more likely event is your puppy being terrified by the fireworks and possibly tanks or flying baby Trumps if you’re in Washington DC. Your vet can prescribe some sedatives to help him over the hump.

Another good suggestion is a “Thunder Buddy,” or similar tight fitting corset that holds the pet firmly around the chest. For some reason, this seems to calm the dogs. It worked with our last pet who has since gone to the Rainbow Bridge to wait for us.

If you have a pet who is scared of loud noises, consider trying these to help out your pet during thunderstorms or fireworks. Try searching for “Thunderbuddy” or “ThunderShirt” on Amazon.

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4 Responses to Happy 4th of July

  1. Mark K says:

    Some dogs are afraid during thunderstorms not so much because of the noise, but because the electric charge in the air affects their fur. It’s kinda like static electricity making your hair stand up.

    An easy solution is to put an old t-shirt on them that’s relatively tight fitting so it holds the fur in place.

    I’ve done that with some of my dogs that had this issue and it worked pretty good. Once the issue with the fur was solved, they didn’t really react to the thunder.


  2. LarryArcher says:

    Thunderstorms are kind of strange in Vegas as they generally only happen in the mountains around the valley but the noise comes down to us. Fireworks were always the worst. I remember walking our dog in the subdivision and she heard a firecracker go off. She immediately turned and went back to the house. After that, she would never go into that part of the subdivision. When she got close, she’d reverse course and head home. I bought one of the “thunder shirts” and that seemed to work well. She would either crawl under the bed to the corner or go in a closet in the back corner. She seemed to be happy when there were walls all around and nothing could get her.


  3. lisabetsarai says:

    My sister locked her dog in the house and put on loud music so the dog wouldn’t be freaked out by the fireworks.

    Cats seem to be a bit more laid back (though ours are not crazy about thunder).

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  4. LarryArcher says:

    Our previous pet was terrified by fireworks and slightly so by thunderstorms. She would usually spend 4th of July weekend burrowed into a closet corner. Before we got her a Thunder Buddy, she would be drugged by the vet. Happy Fourth but I’m assuming you don’t celebrate it. It seems as if Hong Kong is having issues now.


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