How the royal vacuum is killing your dog
Google has released new research into the effects of royal vacuum cleaners, and they’re really bad for your dog.
The research by a group of scientists from the University of Bath in the UK, published in the journal Animal Behavior, suggests that the high-tech vacuum cleaners have the potential to kill animals by inducing an inflammation in the body.
The researchers say that the inhalation of carbon dioxide causes a temporary change in the airways, which can then trigger inflammation and other negative effects in the animals.
The researchers say they’ve been studying the effect of royal, black and grey dust on dogs for a decade, and that their findings are consistent with the findings of animal studies.
According to a press release, the research team, who include Professor James S. Waring, have found that “the most severe symptoms of COVID-19 are milder than those seen in patients with a COVID infection.”
This research was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the British Council, and the results were published in an online journal entitled: “A Review of the Clinical and Experimental Findings of Royal, Black and Gray Dust in Dogs.”