I have adored dogs for many years. Often three sharing my house and sleeping in my bedroom.
Over the years, I have had sixteen dogs. Most of them have been German Shepherds. Two of them died of cancer.
Bella was fourteen years old when it was apparent that she had cancer. Hanna was just seven years old when she developed splenetic cancer.
I have never smoked, when they were in my car or other confined spaces. However I did smoke in the house.
Hopefully, I am not hitting a sore spot if you are a smoker and your dog has been recently diagnosed.
If you have recovered from the loss of a beloved dog with cancer. Perhaps, you will consider telling people about your smoking habits.
Perhaps if we SHOUT about how (and if) our smoking habits have affected our dogs health. Other smokers will go outside when they want to smoke.
Most of my dogs have had a reasonably long and healthy life. I bought my first dog forty five years ago.
Inga was a Great Dane who lived until she was twelve years old.
Answer by Kaio Silva
I don’t think so, but maybe.
I’ve had 4 dogs in my life.
1 of these 4 passed away from cancer, as some of her pups as well a few later on (We gave her pups to our cousins and neighbors)
But no one in our home ever smoked, so we i’m not to sure if there is a connection. Maybe depending on the type of cancer.