Minimize your pet's exposure to outdoor air pollution by reducing their time outside.
Ensure a clean indoor environment with proper ventilation and possibly use air purifiers to protect your pet.
Establish a regular grooming routine to remove pollutants from your pet's fur, preventing ingestion or inhalation.
Keep your pet well-hydrated to support their respiratory health and aid in toxin elimination.
Schedule walks during periods of lower air pollution, such as early mornings or late evenings.
Seek advice from your vet if you observe any signs of discomfort or respiratory issues in your pet.
Stay updated on the air quality in your area to plan activities that protect your pet's well-being.