The findings of a recent survey have highlighted that more than one out of four smokers, 28 per cent, would be motivated to stop if they considered that their habit was harmful to their pet .
Second hand smoke can harm your pet's lungs, triggering respiratory problems and even cancer, just as it does with humans.
However, few smokers know the effect their habit has on their or cats, according to the researchers.
The American study involved surveyed more than 3,300 pet owners .
Public information adverts ought to emphasise the impact of smoking on dogs and cats.
Living with a smoker can also increase your risk of suffering a heart attack, according to a new study.
It is welcome news that smokers would want to give up for the sake of their pets, even though they would not wish to do so for their own behalf.
Smokers More Likely to Stop for Dogs Health not their Own
Thu, 01 Dec 2011
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