Exposing your dog to second-hand smoke
The same that happens with humans can happen with dogs, canine lungs are not equipped to handle smoke being blown at them all day that is the reason why secondhand smoke can be a killer for dogs. Allergies, respiratory issues, heart disease and certain types of cancer can be some of the problems caused by toxins from cigarette smoke.
Pushing Certain your dog Too Hard
For dogs doing exercise is extremely important, however, you must know your dog’s limits. Small dogs tend to have more respiratory issues and are more likely to develop heat stroke than their longer muzzled cousins. However, middle and large sized dogs can have the same problems, thats why knowing your do limits is crucial for you.