Comments on How to Keep Dogs Safe During Fourth of July

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sc   ov, AZ

7/5/2009 9:31:05 AM

GREAT TIPS! we have one dog that was afraid and another lil' guy who was barking at every sound outthere, but, he barks at all noises.

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sk   nh, CT

7/4/2009 10:11:28 PM

great tips

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s   3 oaks, MI

7/4/2009 4:49:17 PM

I like these tips.

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

7/4/2009 12:27:39 PM

Great info!

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madie   greensboro, NC

7/4/2009 10:56:16 AM

good ideas

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Nicole   somewhere in, AZ

7/4/2009 10:46:53 AM

I always feel bad when pets get scared on the 4th of July. My pets don't mind the booms but I still leave them inside when the fireworks go off. It is just where pets should be when the fireworks come. I love the treat idea.

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Michele   Freeport, IL

7/4/2009 10:42:22 AM

I exposed my dog to fireworks at a young age so she would grow up with them and not be afraid.

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Sarah   Elizabeth, PA

7/4/2009 5:15:52 AM

I use Essential Oil from "Young Living" Peace and Calming. I first put a few drops in the palm of my hand then dip the paws into my hand and rub the rest over the crown of the dogs head. It works wonderfully.

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Liz   Tampa, FL

7/4/2009 2:52:26 AM

Very good advice. My mother-in-law stays with our dog, when we are working, but, I will give them a try. Thanks

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

7/3/2009 11:19:36 PM

Good tips. I like the party idea for dogs who aren't already afraid.

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sk   nh, CT

7/3/2009 9:35:53 PM

good info

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Charles   Fredericksburg, VA

7/3/2009 8:49:32 PM

People aka "dog's best friend" can benefit from pheromones for relaxation and an "at ease" feeling, too. Dogs can smell disease, fear and trust in humans, so they will obviously benefit, since the head of the pack will give off a sense (and a scents) of ease. Yes, loud noises probably trigger fear pheromones in us. Some good links to learn more are:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pheromone

http://www.hhmi.org/senses/d230.html

http://www.pheromonefacts. com/science/pheromone-related-links.aspx

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D   Indy, IN

7/3/2009 6:43:52 PM

interesting

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karen   little rock, AR

7/3/2009 6:24:49 PM

good tips

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Bertha   Schenevus, NY

7/3/2009 2:40:51 PM

Thanks, I'll be using this!

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Barbara   North Reddington Beach, FL

7/3/2009 11:24:35 AM

Wow! Thanks! That's very fun, and useful too! I'll certainly remember that!

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

7/3/2009 10:35:15 AM

Great article with lots of good info, thanks!

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