In a St. Joseph Health Scene Report, people who can't quit smoking for themselves may be willing to do it for their pet. A new study suggests smokers may consider kicking the habit to spare their pets the harmful effects of second-hand smoke. 28% of pet owners who smoke said they would try to quit to keep their dogs, cats, and other pets healthy.
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