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Smoking can cause cancer for dogs and other family pets

05
Jun 2013
By Bruce Casalis

A new study has been released by health chiefs that smoking around dogs and other family pets can be dangerous to their health. The study showed that animal exposed to cigarett smoke were two times as likey to develope some forms of cancers. As with humans we all know the dangers of passive smoke and now these dangers are just as great with our pets. 

Bruce's Doggy Day Care has a strictly non-smoking envornment for all the dogs. The Chiswick dogs not only get to soak up the sunshine but also the clean Surrey air too while at the Chiswick Doggy Day Care Centre. Click the link to read the full article as reported by Bucks Free Press. 

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