Saturday, June 27, 2009

Smoking Stinks


If you need another reason to quit, look no further than the furball curled up next to you. Did you know that if our person smokes, it makes us dogs more likely to develop cancer? It seems obvious, because pets are stuck breathing in all that second hand smoke.
A new survey showed that a third of smokers would be motivated to quit if they knew it was harming their pets. Spread the word!

2 comments:

  1. spread this important message!!

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  2. Considering the long term benefits of smoking cessation such as low risk of succumbing to cancer, a significant reduction in mental stress, odorless breath et al, it is definitely necessary for you to start your quit smoking regimen as soon as possible. However, during the first few weeks, it may appear extremely difficult to get rid of this addiction, but as you consistently try to quit smoking for a certain period of time, your smoking cessation efforts would yield results.

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