How to keep pets safe when they are unhealthy

How to keep pets safe when they are unhealthy

As wildfires continue across Canada, thick clouds of smoke continue to fill the air all around Michigan.

Luckily, there are plenty of ways for people to stay safe from smoke inhalation such as limiting strenuous activities, wearing a mask, and staying indoors.

But, what about all the adorable, four-legged furry friends out there? The tiny, dangerous particles filling the hazy skies can also cause serious issues for pets. Here’s what to know and how to keep your pets safe.

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Lori Teller, President of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), said wildfire smoke can cause a range of issues from heavy breathing to wheezing to irritation.

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