American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Report: Researcher looking at PFAS exposure in dogs, cats
Researcher looking at PFAS exposure in dogs, cats
by Coco Lederhouse, August 14, 2023
Evidence is mounting on the link between per-and-polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and adverse health outcomes in animals, including increased liver weight and size in dogs, reproductive delays in rodents, and possible respiratory disease in cats.
PFAS can be found in animals around the world, from fish and amphibians to horses and small mammals. This global threat affects more than 300 animal species.