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It’s almost time for the festivals, parades and fireworks displays that communities across the United States put on to celebrate Independence Day. Although most people greet the festivities gladly, the story isn’t the same for pets. Some are frightened by the loud bang of pyrotechnics, and others are unsettled by large groups of people gathered at backyard barbecues.

Pets may accidently eat holiday foods that aren’t healthy for them. More likely, well-meaning guests will try to give your pets treats that they shouldn’t have.

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