Even if a person’s animals are not disturbed by the sound of fireworks, Booth said, they should still be kept away so that they are not harmed by fireworks.
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Booth also recommended that owners take precautionary measures to have their pets microchipped – with updated information – and ID tags.
“Most people don’t realize that you can go in and update your information,” Booth said of details included in a pet’s microchip. “We strongly suggest that you do this, so if you are moving towns or even a street you want to make sure this information is correct so that your pet, if found and looking for that microchip, that pet comes back to you. . “
Rodriguez said Bryan Animal Services offers $ 10 microchips and a free subscription to the HomeAgain service. The Bryan Animal Center is open Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. and Mondays and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. The refuge is closed on Sunday. The refuge will also be closed to the public on Monday.
Rodriguez said Bryan Animal Services will be hosting a free microchip and rabies vaccination event on February 12 at Tiffany Park in Bryan. The event is restricted to residents of Bryan, so people will need to bring proof of residency, such as a driver’s license or a BTU bill. Their goal is to donate 100 copies during the event, she said.