I don't understand the question. What about the animals? I guess they deal with it. My dogs love fireworks, except for the Sheltie, but he is a eunich. I used to have a female English Shepherd that would chase them...until she caught a bottle rocket in her mouth. After that, she would still chase them, just not catch them. She would stand over them and bite the smoke after it blew up. We live out in the county, in a developed area of several hundred houses. To get to town, we have to drive about 10 miles. The nearest store is two miles away. The only law enforcement in the area is the sheriff and his deputies and an occasional state trooper and neither one comes around very often. If we were to call them, it would probably take 15 minutes for a deputy to get here. Regardless, fireworks are legal to own, sell and use here. There is a huge store over on the main highway that opens only 3 or 4 times a year (for a couple of weeks each time) and all it sells is fireworks. Nearby are two more smaller establishments that do the same thing. Now, we have an informal understanding that if the building catches on fire, they are pretty much on their own, because we (the fire department) ain't getting anywhere near it. We're volunteer, after all, and we didn't volunteer for that. Some counties and cities here in the state have tried to ban fireworks and they have succeeded in stopping the sale within the city limits, but that is about it. Around certain holidays, people drive just across the city limit or to the next county and get all they can afford. The police in the local large city that has banned them don't even try to stop people from using them during certain holidays such such as the Fourth or New Years.