Yikes! As a dog owner, I have to admit that this dachshund roman candle video scares me a little. As you can see, a fearless Dachshund (aka “hot dog” dog) decided to grab a lit Roman Candle firework and run around with it in his mouth. Obviously a very dangerous situation for both the dog and anyone else within fireball range of the Roman Candle. Hopefully, no one got hurt, because this is a very funny pet video.
Dachshund Roman Candle Video
Nothing says Fourth of July like fireworks and hot dogs. But for one family with a Dachshund, the holiday was about to take a turn for the unexpected.
While everyone was having a great time watching the fireworks, a Dachshund unexpectedly had the brilliant idea to grab a lit Roman Candle firecracker. Apparently, the long firework looked just like a new stick. He walked over to it and picked it up in his mouth.
The dog’s family was both horrified and amused. They knew that Roman candles could be dangerous, and they didn’t want the Dachshund to get hurt. But it was hilarious.
The Dachshund ran around the yard as the Roman candle shot sparks and flames into the air. Bystanders were caught off guard by the sudden commotion, and some of them even ran away laughing.
The Dachshund’s family chased after him, but they couldn’t catch him. The dog was too fast and too agile. After a few moments, the Roman candle finally burned out.
Everybody learned a valuable lesson that day: never leave fireworks unattended, especially around curious dogs.
Fireworks Safety And Animals
There’s one lesson that we can all learn after watching this dachshund roman candle video. If you’re going to be around both dogs and fireworks, then you might want to keep them separated… especially if there’s a Dachshund around.
But this video is also a good reminder of the importance of using fireworks safely. If you are planning to use fireworks, be sure to read the instructions carefully and follow all safety precautions.
Here are some safety tips for using fireworks:
- Only use fireworks outdoors in a clear, open space.
- Never use fireworks near flammable materials.
- Keep a bucket of water or a fire extinguisher nearby in case of a fire.
- Never point fireworks at people or animals.
- Keep animals away from fireworks. They often have sensitive ears and are frightened by firecrackers. When animals can’t identify the source of a noise, it can cause them stress.
- Light fireworks one at a time and stand back.
- Never relight a firework that has not fully ignited.
- Dispose of fireworks properly after use.
By following these safety tips, you can help to ensure that your fireworks experience is safe and enjoyable.
The Fourth of July is a time for celebration, but it’s also important to be safe. If you’re planning to use fireworks this year, be sure to read the instructions carefully and follow all safety precautions. And if you have a pet, keep them away from fireworks at all costs.
NERD NOTE: Despite their name, Roman candle fireworks did not originate in Italy or Ancient Rome. They were invented in China.
Frank Wilson is a retired teacher with over 30 years of combined experience in the education, small business technology, and real estate business. He now blogs as a hobby and spends most days tinkering with old computers. Wilson is passionate about tech, enjoys fishing, and loves drinking beer.