So, let’s talk about pets and vaping for a minute. Most people have a dog or a cat. Some people have fish, birds, guinea pigs, and things like that. However, how do our animals interact with vaping? Is it safe to vape around them? Will they be experiencing any long-term complications from your habit?
Naturally, you are probably now quite concerned for your dog that is currently sitting on the sofa next to you. However, don’t worry about it too much. We’ve done a bit of research, and lots of us own pets, so we thought we’d share a bit of wisdom with you for any new vaping enthusiasts who are worried about the consequences that their newfound joy will have on their dog.
Can Vaping Harm Your Pet?
We can’t blame you for being concerned about the consequences of your vaping habit. After all, people love their animals. They’re often our best friends, so nobody would intentionally harm their cat or dog if they thought it would upset them.
the funny thing is, most of us don’t think about our pets when we make lifestyle decisions. You think about your friends, your family, your kids, your spouse, but you don’t think about your pet. Why is that? They are just as much a part of the family as anybody else, so why don’t we think about them?
As it turns out, there is actually plenty of reason to think about your pets when trying to vape. It’s very easy for even a small amount of liquid to cause permanent harm to your dog, and too much will kill them. However, at the same time, this is a very preventable situation. So, let’s talk about that.
Common Vape Sense For All
So, here’s the thing. When you exhale vape liquid, it’s just water vapour, so there’s no problem with that. It might smell a bit, but that’s about it. The real problem is in the concentrated liquid that is put into the device to start with. That’s what is harmful to dogs.
It’s pretty easy to prevent this from becoming a problem. If you own vaping accessories and you have kids, then you’ve probably already moved these products up to a high shelf, somewhere where kids can’t get them, and it’s the same principle for a dog. Dogs are naturally inquisitive, so if they see something and it interests them, they will try and get it. If you keep it out of sight, they won’t even know it exists.
So, yes, vaping products are harmful to pets but don’t worry about it too much. Just practice a bit of common sense, and you’ll be fine. If you do need any supplies, then Infinite Vapour is, of course, happy to help you. We have a range of kits, devices, mods, accessories and e-liquids for you to choose from, so there’s absolutely no need to worry. There is something for everybody within our selection.