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Natural Remedy If Your Dog Is Scared Of Fireworks Or Thunderstorms

What to do if your Dog is Scared of Fireworks (or thunderstorms) A Natural Remedy that is Holistic Vet Recommended | Primally Inspired

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Hi there friends…you keep asking for more Hack posts and believe me…you will be getting more very soon…but we thought maybe you would like a few Dog Hacks…some helpful little tips and then some very informative infographics for your furry friends!  Sure hope you enjoy and we hope we get a 4 paws up from …

Hi there friends…you keep asking for more Hack posts and believe me…you will be getting more very soon…but we thought maybe you would like a few Dog Hacks…some helpful little tips and then some very informative infographics for your furry friends!  Sure hope you enjoy and we hope we get a 4 paws up from …

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4th of July & fireworks are almost upon us. If your dog gets scared by the fireworks and you don't have a thunder shirt, you can always use an ace bandage. (In fact this is what the Thundershirt is fashioned after) (If you have a big dog, you may need to connect 2 bandages together) Instead of tieing the ends, you can also use diaper pins. (diaper pins are a lot safer than regular safety)…

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I love watching #fireworks for the 4th, but for #pets it can be a really scary day. One of our dogs is very scared of fireworks. He shakes and tries to hide, and if we are not home, he tries to escape and take off. I have a thunder shirt for him which helps somewhat, but I also use this essential oil blend to help keep him calm. YES! Some essential oils are beneficial to our pets as well. CALM DOGGIE RECIPE: for a 15-50 pound dog (15ml spray bottle): 10 drops Lavender 5 drops Cedarwood 2…

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How to help dogs that fear storms, fireworks and loud noises. We have tips to help your pets that really work. A must read if you are a pet owner.

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We wish you a HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! Remember we are closed today but if you have an emergency, please contact Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas, 919-233-4911. We will be open again on Tuesday at 8:00 am. Also, remember fireworks can be a scary thing for cats and dogs, so please take extra precaution to make them feel safe and secure. Have a great day!

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"It was thundering and she was shaking. She stopped when I put her in the new thunder fort." ~ Dog Shaming shame - It was thundering . . .

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