If you're planning to set off fireworks, or maybe your neighbors will be launching fireworks for the Fourth of July, you need to be prepared for the very real chance that your pup might not handle the loud noise and bright lights well.

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The Fourth of July is a really loud holiday and all of the noise and the bright, flashing lights has a tendency to put dogs on edge. So, if you plan to celebrate with your best friend, here are four tips from the experts at Pets Best that you can follow to keep him safe and happy this Independence Day.

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