Christine Choi takes a puff on her e-cigarette at an L.A. dog park with her pet Po. Recent surges in the use of e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco raised questions about those products on pets.
Christine Choi takes a puff on her e-cigarette at an L.A. dog park with her pet Po. Recent surges in the use of e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco raised questions about those products on pets. Richard Vogel The Associated Press
Christine Choi takes a puff on her e-cigarette at an L.A. dog park with her pet Po. Recent surges in the use of e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco raised questions about those products on pets. Richard Vogel The Associated Press

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