I have three dogs… the best dogs a girl could ask for: a Mastiff, a Husky, and a German Shepard. My Husky, Remi (pictured above), loves attention and to run freely. My Mastiff, Sheeba, has such a loving personality and loves to get pet. Lastly, my German Shepard, Max, is super crazy and loves to give kisses! Submitted by Mady G.
When the 4th of July comes around, many of us get very excited. This holiday is one of the most important in the USA and there are usually some big celebrations, both in local towns and bigger cities. Of course, our furry friends aren’t always included in the 4th of July celebrations, but this doesn’t need to be the case.
If you want to have a special day with your dog, why not keep reading to hear some of our top tips? This way, you’ll both have a great day!
If you want to involve your dog in Independence Day celebrations, then you need to be willing to treat them. It is likely that you are going to have a lot of nice food and drink on this day, so make sure to pick up some for your dog too. Did you know that you can actually buy dog beer? You could also get a dog-friendly cake for them to enjoy. If you want to keep it simple, some bones will also do the trick. Don’t forget to buy some treats so they can get involved.
While there is usually a lot of hustle and bustle on the 4th of July, the end of the night is usually spent with family and friends getting cozy. What better way to get comfortable with your dog in tow than by investing in one of the cool 4th of July themed pet blankets? You can get your dog’s face on the blanket and you’ll both be the talk of the party. If your dog can’t come along, the blanket can make you feel as though they are there with you.
If you are planning on getting your dog involved in the celebrations, you should remember that dogs can be afraid of fireworks. On the 4th of July, there are usually some big displays and so your dog might not enjoy being out there in the town center. If you do decide to go to see the fireworks, it might be a good idea to leave your dog at home. Just make sure that there is someone there with them so that they don’t get too afraid when the loud fireworks kick off.
The final tip that we have for those who want to get their dog in the 4th of July celebrations is to take some photos. When you take photos, you can get them printed out and look back on them in the years to come. You can also share some Independence Day themed dog photos on your social media channels to show all of your friends. Get snapping and you’ll thank yourself later!
The 4th of July is just around the corner so make sure to get your dog involved in whatever way you can. Use the tips that we have given you and this should help you both to have the best possible day.