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@Frozenoem   Good and important post Froze!

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A9725675-8C12-4F13-9D62-AA9E649B1E44.jpegHappy 4th advisory.

 

72AE58C9-52B1-48D3-B11E-1F227630DB2B.jpegHow to wrap your pup.

 Mine has survived first thunder show and 1812 Overture without a problem.

 

No anxiety thankfully, have had more than a few that hated loud noises/fireworks.

 

120 pound lap dog at 80* can be very, very hot, and wet. 120 pound Dad save me, leaping 10 feet straight into your formerly standing self can be uncomfortable.😁

 

The last picture is the poormans equivalent of a thunderjacket, or emergency replacement, for that new dog.

 

Hope it helps, protect the pups they’ll appreciate it. Understand it may work on cats, as well.

 

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