Help veterinary clients face a noisy Fourth

Help veterinary clients face a noisy Fourth

Pet Anxiety Awareness Week kicks off right before a real fear-inducing holiday, Independence Day, with its fireworks, crowds and food hazards everywhere. Here are learning resources for your team and your veterinary clients.
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Jun 28, 2018

Although he's probably very patriotic, this coonhound could do without the national anthem's "bombs bursting in air." Sound like some of your patients? (Shutterstock.com)

We don’t normally report on every new National Day and Week of Whatever, but it’s right before the Fourth of July and fear of fireworks is no joke for pets.

So, here’s the news: Kristen Levine Pet Living is marking the second annual Pet Anxiety Awareness Week, which kicked off this week. The website kristenlevine.com/petanxietyawareness touts tips for pet owners to tackle pets’ fear, anxiety and stress (“FAS” is a fave acronym right now).

Want veterinarian-facing resources for the Fourth of July? We’ve got you covered:

Here’s to a good Pet Anxiety Awareness Week and a happy and healthy Fourth of July to you, your clients and your patients!