Ask a Vet: The Dangers of Second-Hand Smoke

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We're all aware of the dangers second-hand smoke pose to humans, but the same goes for pets.

According to Dr. Jyl Rubin, the increasing popularity of electronic cigarettes has led to more emergency room visits for pets.

Symptoms for dogs and cats include vomiting, diarrhea, agitation, elevations in heart rate and respiration rate, depression, tremors, ataxia, weakness, seizures, cyanosis, coma and cardiac arrest.

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