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Vets Issue Advice to Pet Owners About Volcanic Ash

Following the Health Protection Agency’s advice to the public on the possible health effects of the Icelandic volcanic ash reaching ground level, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has issued some simple advice to pet owners in the UK.

The HPA has suggested that people who experience symptoms such as itchy or irritated eyes, runny nose, sore throat or dry cough and those who notice a dusty haze in the air or smell sulphur, rotten eggs, or a strong acidic smell, may wish to limit their activities outdoors or return indoors.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Vets Issue Advice to Pet Owners About Volcanic Ash

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