Things you can do to help your pet deal with the smoky conditions

The poor air quality much of Alberta has seen recently due to the ongoing wildfires. The smoky conditions can also have a negative impact on our pets. 


Veterinarian Ryan Mohr at Ranch Docs in Lethbridge, says it’s best to limit their time outside and watch for symptoms caused by the smoky air.


Mohr says to help keep our pets safe you should keep them indoors when the air quality is high risk, use air conditioning to filter the air, ensure they are well hydrated and avoid taking your pet out for long walks.  

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