NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Many people are doing all they can to stay safe at home. Should masks for our pets be a part of that?
Dr. Staci Cannon with Metro Animal Care and Control joins News 2 to discuss the topic.
Cannon said masks might frighten dogs and not give them the ability to cool off by panting. Cannon said masks are not recommended for dogs.
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