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By  stardustjunkie  |  12

You should play classical music when fireworks are going off, it's supposed to calm animals down. Works with our cat! We put his bed in a room with classical music playing and he'll sleep straight through the fireworks instead of being sick with stress. I know it sounds crazy..

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By  Kozmotis  |  8

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  hemz_fml  |  13

Poor gal was probably suffering from an anxiety attack but I hope you told her what was wrong every time I discipline my dog he just looks away and doesn't face what he's done. Good luck and hope it doesn't happen again!

By  softrally  |  15

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  MikeonFML  |  17

I agree, consumption of half a doors worth of wood would be impressive. I image he/she chewed pieces off without swallowing much, that's what my dog used to do with other wooden things

By  inkdeath87  |  18

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  Ki11erC  |  18

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  KiddoKS  |  19

12, how do you know the dog was left alone. I was in the same room as my dog and she managed to knock over a lamp, spill the remote holder onto her head and push the couch away from the wall before I got to her. And where exactly are you going to go, other than another country, to keep well away from the fireworks on the 4th. Even if your city doesn't have a show, one of your neighbors probably will. We all love our pets and do our best, but it still sucks if something gets ruined. Op just wanted to vent.

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  vvmativv  |  8

If a dog can eat through a door and shit on a bed with him present, I'm impressed. Probably couldn't of stopped the shitting but the door would be there in one piece.

By  stardustjunkie  |  12

You should play classical music when fireworks are going off, it's supposed to calm animals down. Works with our cat! We put his bed in a room with classical music playing and he'll sleep straight through the fireworks instead of being sick with stress. I know it sounds crazy..

By  KiddoKS  |  19

I always shut all the windows and turn on the ac and the tv to make it as loud as possible. They'll still be nervous, but it helps a little. You can also try to keep them distracted with games or toys they like. Good luck op... At least it's just once a year and I'm sure you'll figure out what works for your pet eventually.

By  ninjamushroom  |  7

I don't have a dog myself, but I know from friends that fireworks are a common thing dogs are afraid of. Luckily, its not often fireworks go off. Is your dog afraid of thunderstorms too?

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