Be Careful with Your Dogs and Fireworks!.
Here are some tips to prevent fireworks sensitivity in your dogs:
Keep your dogs as far away from fireworks as possible.
If possible, bring your dogs inside in a closed-off, interior room.
Block out the noise with a TV, radio, or white-noise maker.
Check with your neighbors about their fireworks plans.
Ask for a phone call before they start.
Sometimes the fireworks start before New Year's Eve or the 4th of July and run a few days after the holiday.
There is NO REASON for a dog to be around fireworks, and I do everything I can to keep my dogs away from them. Usually dogs conditioned to gunfire can handle the noise of fireworks, but there really isn't anything good about them as far as dogs are concerned. We sell a couple of products that are designed to help dogs get over the fear of fireworks, but I really prefer NOT to have to sell them.