Animals need protection from the smoke

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Gabriel is getting very short walks
Photo by G M Wiegand
Animals are affected by smoke inhalation just as humans are.

One local vet recommends keeping walks as short as possible, basically just for potty breaks.

Pets can develop respiratory distress/ coughing/ wheezing issues just like with people.

If your pet has been breathing outside air and develops any of those symptoms, call your vet.

Be safe and stay indoors!


Anonymous,  August 21, 2018 at 11:53 AM  

Easier said than done....

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