Studies show smoking poses dangers to pets

06/28/2010 | Columbia Daily Tribune (Mo.)

Several studies have shown that secondhand smoke triggers serious side effects in pets. A study by Tufts University and the University of Massachusetts indicated that cats exposed to secondhand smoke suffered lymphoma twice as often as cats in smoke-free homes, while a Colorado State University study found that dogs exposed to secondhand smoke had a higher chance of developing cancer.

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