Subway construction causes problems for New York City pets

02/8/2012 | DNAInfo.com

Each weekday, workers are blasting their way down Second Avenue in Manhattan to create the city's new subway line, and the air horns, explosions and general construction are having adverse affects on neighborhood pets. Veterinarians Paul Schwartz and Jonathan Leshanski, who each have practices in the area, report that behavioral and physical problems with pets have increased since the work began, including anxiety, rashes and respiratory problems.

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