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Old 07-06-2014, 02:46 PM   #1
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Default Mr. Buddylee and Mosey: Calm before the storm.

After an hour walk that included city socializing in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Mr. Buddylee and Mosey are the picture of "calm" at this new vest pocket park/memorial in the shadow of the, recently replaced, Memorial Bridge.
The bridge links New Hampshire with Maine and is dedicated to the NH soldiers and sailors who fought in World War One. The storm, for the pups, would be 3 hours after this photo was taken, during the impressive July 4th fireworks display nearby. BL and Mosey will be safe at home, 13 miles from the intense blasts.


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They both look calm and content now. How did they do with the fireworks?
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They both look calm and content now. How did they do with the fireworks?
Buddylee is losing his hearing so things like lawnmower engines and fireworks don't seem to phase him anymore. Mosey however, had his first fireworks experience at a family wedding 2 weeks ago. I was holding him against my chest as the fireworks started and all I will say is that I needed to take my sports jacket, shirt and tie to a dry cleaner immediately after the event.

Last night, the thundering sounds (in the distance) bothered Mosey a bit.

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Love the photo. Glad they weren't bothered terribly by the "thundering sounds"
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Poor Mosey. My Husband and I could hear so many dogs in our neighborhood, barking. I'll never understand why people just don't bring their dogs inside the house, when the fireworks begin.

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Poor Mosey. My Husband and I could hear so many dogs in our neighborhood, barking. I'll never understand why people just don't bring their dogs inside the house, when the fireworks begin.

I had an interesting conversation today with our Florida Vet. He runs a microchip special, this time of year. He usually charges $49, but now he is charging $25. Part of the reason is that so many dogs panic during fireworks and then run away from home.

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They both look perfectly calm and content in that photo. Sorry to hear little Mosey was so upset by the fireworks.

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