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While fireworks are an exciting part of the holiday season, they can make dogs distressed. Find out how to keep your dog calm during fireworks with our top tips below.Keep your dog inside during fireworks, and if possible, have a familiar face there to comfort them.Provide a safe place inside for them to retreat. When noises scare them, dogs prefer small, enclosed areas.Keep your windows and curtains closed. Removing visual stimulation will help to calm your dog.Make sure your dog is registered and microchipped. This will ensure that if they do escape during fireworks, they can be returned home as soon as possible.Distract your dog with comfort items while the fireworks are going on.