Tomorrow, being payday, it will be in full force until they blow their wad on the 4th at midnight. I’ve been hoarding my Trazadone so I can share some with my 13 y/o dog that must have PTSD from a war zone episode. I never even knew she servedSon did a road trip yesterday & bought $642 worth of fireworks, said he was gonna relive every day life in Afghani-land w/ his pals; one of 'em has a large field w/ a pond, rural location, so no people around. No doubt crap will hit the fan up here starting tomorrow, dude down the ridge lives for the 4th of July every year lol...maybe you can set it up before everything cranks up...,
With you on that one, wife's Chihuahua freaks big time, she has him a bed under the couch that he heads to when the popping starts; best years are when the 4th is on a weekday between Tuesday-Thursday, usually not a 3 day event then it seems...I can handle them if I know they're coming, don't like surprises...share some with my 13 y/o dog
Nothing is enforced in Floriduh.Fireworks are Hard on many dogs and even some people. Thankfully I live far enough away from the professional ones the sounds are muffled a lot. The plus to living in the city. However the teens around here shoot their fireworks right in the middle of the street surrounded by townhomes and the shooting fireworks tend to land on peoples roofs or yards. It started a fire on someone’s roof once and the fire department was called and police followed soon after but the kids ran away. Didn’t last long as another group was out the next evening Doing the same dang thing. My state does limit what type of fireworks are allowed here. Unless you are a professional with all the appropriate licenses. So that does help limit things That are being shot in the air.