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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A lot of fireworks displays are going to be held Friday night in western Massachusetts, and while many of us enjoy watching the shows, our pets don’t like hearing it.
The loud noises can have a big impact on them. In fact, more pets are lost on Independence Day than any other day of the year.
“If you love your dog and care for your dog, do not bring them,” said Frank Borrero of Springfield. “They get scared, they get paranoid, heart pounding, and who knows what could happen with them? They could run off, bite somebody.”
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