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  • The Dangers of Smoke Inhalation for Dogs from Expert Vets in Simi Valley

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    June 15, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Both humans and dogs are at risk of inhaling hazardous smoke when wildfires ravage an area. Carbon monoxide is one of many potentially harmful substances found in smoke. When dogs inhale smoke, toxic byproducts such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and cyanide are inhaled. Inhalation of these substances limits oxygen supply to tissues, resulting in a range of severe conditions, including death. This begs the question, what are the dangers of smoke inhalation? Keep reading as we discuss common symptoms, dangers of smoke inhalation and chances of your dog surviving.… Read More