California’s wildfire season is starting late this year, according to fire scientist Tom Rolinski, who monitors fuel conditions for Southern California Edison. But the late start is no indication of a mild fire season ahead. “There was a slow ramp-up...
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Veterinarian's Concerns About the Effects of Wildfire Smoke On Dogs
“Dog and cats are going to breathe in the same stuff you or I are going to breathe in," says Sacramento veterinarian Dr. Brianna Benedetto." As for putting human masks on pets," Benedetto says, "they just don't fit right. They aren't made for a muzzle shape." Watch Dr. Benedetto talk more about air pollution masks for dogs...[video 1:39].
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"Original" Dog Pollution Air Filter Mask: K9 Mask
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Do your pets get affected by toxic air pollution the same way as people do? The answer is "Yes." Animals do get affected equally by air pollution. Degrading air quality is something to blame for the ever shortening life spans...
On a hot July evening last year, a rancher tried to use a hammer and stake to plug a wasp’s nest. The hammer slipped, a spark flew, and a patch of dry grass ignited, according to the Los Angeles Times....
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