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Keep pets healthy with a free radon test kit

Posted on 01/14/2020
Cat lying on its back looking up at cameraDuring National Radon Action Month, we encourage you to test your home for radon not just for your and your family's health but also for the health of any pets who share your home. Because your pet's lungs are smaller and their respiratory rates are higher than a human's, they are more susceptible to the dangerous effects of radon. For the protection of you, your family, and your pets we strongly recommend getting your home tested to determine if you have high levels of radon. There is no way of knowing if your home has safe levels of radon or not without testing. Request a free radon test kit (Weld County residents only) today from the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment.