Very simple answer to your question. Your dog can experience the same effects as humans when exposed to second hand smoke.
My advice is do not smoke around your dog. If you have a dog and smoke, take the same care as you would with humans; go outside to smoke. Do not smoke inside.
Your pets look up to you, literally, unless you're raising giraffes, and if they see you smoking, don't be surprised if you're luckys are missing. We all know, from the pictures, that bull dogs love cigars and playing poker with their shoes off. Someone had to show those pooches how to double down, you better not show them how to roll, or you'll be holding up a bag saying "Haaayyyy, and what's with all the biscuit crumbs
by YvetteParker 7 years ago
How often are you around second hand smoke? Do you have concerns about 2nd hand smoke?
by romper20 7 years ago
I see this all too much and it's been striking a chord recently within me. Do you see Parents or Adults in general smoking near their children or associated? Talk about extremely bad role modeling. Sometimes i feel like taking justice into my own hands but how can i they already have it in theirs.
by shannon24 8 years ago
can second hand smoke from the drug spice harm you
by Rob Hampton 5 years ago
What do you think of the new Starbucks smoking ban?Starbucks has just ban smoking within 25 feet of all of their stores. This means no more enjoying a smoke with your coffee on the outdoor patio.
by motherbeastly 8 years ago
And that's what makes it hard to stop. They say that each person who keeps trying to give up is practising for when they actually manage it. They also say that smokers just need will power to stop. I have never met the man, but I have finally managed it. Up to now I have...
by Linda Crampton 5 years ago
Do you ever buy second hand clothes, and if so, what types of clothes do you buy?If you have a favorite item of second hand clothing, what is it?
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