This partial bibliography of studies is provided for informational purposes only. It should not be considered to replace medical advice from your physician, nor should it be considered as a list of every existing study on this topic. The ANR Foundation is unable to provide copies of any of the studies. Links to either the study’s abstract or full text are provided when available. The citations referenced below are presented without comment regarding the source, including any potential conflict of interest. Due diligence is recommended in researching the source of any given study before relying on its conclusions.

Smith V.A.; McBrearty, A.R.; Watson, D.G.; Mellor, D.J.; Spence, S.; Knottenbelt, C., “Hair nicotine concentration measurement in cats and its relationship to owner-reported environmental tobacco smoke exposure,” Journal of Small Animal Practice 58(1): 3-9, January 2017.

[n.a.], “Pets suffer from passive smoking, too,” Veterinary Record172(16): 413, April 20, 2013.

Milberger, S.M.; Davis, R.M.; Holm, A.L., “Pet owners’ attitudes and behaviours related to smoking and second-hand smoke: a pilot study,” Tobacco Control 18(2): 156-158, April 2009.

Rodrigues Roza, M.; Assis Viegas, C.A., “The dog as a passive smoker: effects of exposure to environmental cigarette smoke on domestic dogs,” Nicotine & Tobacco Research 9(11): 1171-1176, November 2007.

Snyder, L.A.; Bertone, E.R.; Jakowski, R.M.; Dooner, S.; Jennings-Ritchie, J.; Moore, A.S., “p53 expression and environmental tobacco smoke exposure in feline oral squamous cell carcinoma,” Veterinary Pathology 41: 209-214, 2004.

Bertone, E.R.; Snyder, L.A.; Moore, A.S., “Environmental tobacco smoke and risk of malignant lymphoma in pet cats,” American Journal of Epidemiology 156(3): 268-273, 2002.