Smoke inhalation injuries in your dog can occur with exposure to smoke in large or small quantities. Fires produce a variety of damaging substances, each of which can affect a pet’s airways, lungs, and overall well-being. Factors that play a role in smoke inhalation include...
When it comes to our dogs, there isn’t much we won’t do for them. We let them sleep in our bed, we post pictures of them on social media, and we take them with us wherever we go. Unfortunately, sometimes there are things we do (or neglect to do) that could be hurting our furry friends. In today’s post from K9 Mask®, we want to discuss some of the things you may be doing that could be harming your dog’s health. With a few simple changes, you can help your fur baby live a long and happy life.
Dogs truly are a man’s best friend. If you have a canine companion then you know they are always happy to see you, there for you when you’re feeling down, and always willing to protect you — no matter how big (or small) the threat. With a friend this loyal, it’s only natural you want to ensure they live a long and happy life.
Unfortunately, air pollution is all around us — dust, smog, and smoke are creating problems for us and our furry friends. Maybe you have never thought about air pollution affecting your dog, but they breathe the same air we do. When you have a hard time breathing, or find yourself coughing and sneezing more than usual, your dog is...read more.