Smoking Makes You Cool?? This Dog Will Agree With You [News]

07 Jul 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Every year hundreds of thousands of people around the world die from diseases caused by smoking.Tobacco smoke also contributes to a number of cancers.

The mixture of nicotine and carbon monoxide in each cigarette you smoke temporarily increases your heart rate and blood pressure and also clogs your blood vessels and arteries causing heart attacks. It slows your blood flow, cutting off oxygen to your feet and hands. It causes pain in the chest very frequently to those who smoke regularly.

We have heard of humans being so addicted to smoke that they can’t wake up or go back to sleep without a cigarette. But here is a new generation dog who is so habitual of smoking that he cannot do without a cigarette.

This two year old named Meiya is a Husky in Anda , Heilongjiang province in China and has picked up his master Liu’s habit of smoking since last year when he was adopted.


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Liu , says that Meiya has always been showing interest and enjoyment with the smoke around and cannot sleep without a cigarette. Meiya is particularly interested in Luxi cigarettes which is favoured by his master.

An average dog's nose is ten thousand times stronger than that of humans. So, they are ten times more sensitive to smoke. Cigarette smoking in dogs is uncommon and not known to many of us. It sounds really strange and uncommon to us. Passive smoking over all may affect your pets health by causing lung and nose cancer to them. Smaller pets are more sensitive to smoke as compared to bigger pets but the smoke is harmful for both the species alike. The causes of passive smoking for your pet could be this harmful then direct smoking could do alot more damage than one can imagine.

Liu is concerned about his dogs health and agrees on the daily damage it will cause to him and his pet. He is trying his every bit to make him quit smoking.

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