Fireworks can be a very scary experience for dogs, so you should try to stay home with your pets to calm them, DeSousa said. "Keep the dogs inside the residence (we have seen dogs go through windows, jump fences and chew through gates and doors to escape in their panic)," he added. "If you have to leave them at home, place them in a safe room with a television on to block the noise of the fireworks. Secondly, ensure that the dog is wearing a current license and that the dog is microchipped and your contact information is up to date."
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