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    Air Pollution Dog Blog — respiratory problems

    How Does Wildfire Smoke Impact a Dog's Health?

    How Does Wildfire Smoke Impact a Dog's Health?

    Wildfires in the western United States this year have already proved to be massive and stunning. Wildfires burning across California, Oregon, Colorado, and Washington are producing soot, ash, and smoke filling the air amid searing heat. Thick clouds of ash particles are wafting over cities and rural areas turning the Bay Areas’ sky orange? The tiny particles that comprise smoke are scattering the longer light wavelengths of reds and oranges to overwhelm the shorter wavelengths of blue, dimming the...

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    First Dog in Texas Tests Positive for Coronavirus

    First Dog in Texas Tests Positive for Coronavirus

    First dog in Texas tests positive with the coronavirus infection. A dog in Tarrant County is the first animal in Texas to test positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s veterinary lab received the test Monday, and the dog was confirmed to be infected with SARS-CoV-2 the next day, according to the Texas Animal Health Commission.

    A private veterinarian chose to test the dog after its owners were confirmed to...

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    Affects of Wildfire Smoke on Dogs and Animals

    How Wildfire Smoke Affects Dogs and Other Animals

    Over one billion animals are estimated to have died in the Australian bushfires so far. This loss of life is devastating. Horses, dogs and other domestic animals are also being affected by the smoke generated by the wildfires.

    Catastrophic fires across the globe are increasing in both frequency and magnitude. The bushfires in Australia, fueled by heatwaves and drought, have burned more than 10.7 million hectares, an area larger than Iceland. As veterinarians who have cared for...

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    Dust Detection System Now Operational in Phoenix, Arizona

    Dust Detection System Now Operational in Phoenix, Arizona

    With the start of monsoon season just days away (June 15th), meteorologists and officials in Arizona will have a new tool at their disposal this year to help improve in the detection and warning process for dust storms. These storms can reduce visibility to less than a few hundred feet in a matter of minutes, posing a serious threat to safety, especially...

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