…and it sure hasn’t been fun for pets this summer and I imagine its going to get worse for them as we get closer and closer to the 4th of July. Just about a week ago our dog wouldn’t come out from underneath our deck for the longest time because someone in the neighborhood was firing them off. Fireworks sales according to the CEO of Phantom Fireworks have been, pardon the pun, booming. It’s been unprecedented and stronger than he’s ever seen in the history of him being in the business and he said he’s been in it for 50 years. The executive director of the American Pyrotechnics association believes the corona-virus pandemic is responsible. She said people are bored and have been in lock-down mode for over three months…they’re looking for some affordable entertainment at home, definitely at home. I just saw a survey by News Dash that shows 86% of people will not attend a fireworks display this year even if there is one in their city. So with the way individual sales have been going and if your leary about seeking one out then your best bet might be to make sure your pets are in the house, break out the lawn chair, crack open a beverage and wait because it looks like a good bet you’ll be able to see or at least hear a fireworks show without leaving home this weekend.