Friends of Chuck getting an ID tagEvery year, July 4 has the highest number of missing pets in a single day each year. The noise and festivities make pets more likely to run away or become lost. Add extra precaution to your 4th of July celebrations, and make sure your pet is prepared if they do end up lost or missing.

Get 50% off all pet ID tags in-stores June 27-July 3, 2019. Plus, take these extra steps to make the holiday more peaceful for your pet.


Anxious pets can be taxing on everyone. If fireworks and loud noises upset your pets, we’re here to support you in achieving a more relaxed life.

Bring on the Thunder

Dog in ThundershirtLooking for a safe, easy-to-use, effective, drug free remedy to calm your pet? The ThunderShirt works by applying gentle pressure to relieve anxiety. Like swaddling a baby, it acts like a calming hug. The ThunderShirt is a positive solution, and is less expensive than medication, training or destroyed furniture. A ThunderShirt helps over 80 percent of cases and is backed by a money-back guarantee.

Make sure you introduce it slowly during happy, non-stressful times at home.

Supplementary Support

Calming supplements use various blends of natural ingredients such as melatonin, L-theanine, L tryptophan, colostrum, valerian, chamomile and St. John’s Wort to help us and our pets feel relaxed. For situational anxiety (storms, car rides, vet visits, fireworks, etc.) products such as Ark Naturals Happy Traveler, NaturVet’s Quiet Moments,  or Dale Edgar’s Calm-K9 may be just the trick! You can also try our Pet Releaf and SuperSnouts hemp/CBD products 

Find What’s Best

Just like humans, each animal can process things differently, so don’t be afraid to try another if the first one doesn’t seem to take the edge off. In addition to exercise and training, a daily-dose supplement can help you and your pet live more comfortably with constant issues like severe separation anxiety, nervous barking, licking habits or some neurological disorders.

As always, talk with your veterinarian before adding any supplement, and consider asking them about anti-anxiety medication for serious issues. For some pets, any one of the above can work. For others, you may need a combination of calming methods and help from a veterinarian and/or trainer. Stop by your Chuck & Don’s today and ask about our anxiety-reducing options.  

*According to PR Newswire
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