It’s not just humans who suffer because of second-hand smoke, our furry loved ones do too!
Smoke also clings to their fur. They clean themselves by licking. So when you smoke around them they lick the smoke particles that are on their fur. Just like children, our pets have small lungs too. Second-paw smoke causes our furry friends to have breathing problems and potentially cancer – eek!
Pets who are around second-hand smoke are more likely to suffer from: