Research has shown that cats and dogs from Smoking Households,
are at greater risk of developing Cancer than non-smoking households.
This makes them twice as likely to develop malignant lymphoma—a cancer that occurs in the lymph nodes and is often fatal.
Dogs are at greater risk of developing cancers of the nose and sinus area.
Dogs with nasal cancer typically survive less than one year.
There is help available. Contact Janet, a Hypnotherapist, based in the UK, with a 95% success rate for Smoking Cessation.
So if you won’t stop smoking for yourself, do it for the Animals!