Every year on Independence Day, many families experience pet emergencies. The celebration and festivities can cause several hazards to pets that can not only be distressing to them, but also harmful. Loud noises from exploding fireworks, unfamiliar guests, as well as fire hazards and holiday food can result in stress and injury to pets.
While urban farm animals – like chickens, goats and rabbits – are more accustomed to the changing outdoor temperatures, they still need some assistance to remain safe and cool during extreme summer temperatures.
Two cats in the United States have tested positive for Coronavirus this week. These are the first pets in the United States to test positive but the CDC emphasizes that pets do not play a role in the spread of COVID-19.
Now more than ever, people are venturing outside with their pets to get fresh air. This is increasing the possibility of interactions with other dogs that can lead to bites and injuries. DoveLewis is sharing tips to help prevent this from happening so animals and humans can stay safe.