The number of chemical reactions in the atmosphere are causing dogs to be at risk of cancer and other diseases.
The Israeli Air Force said on Thursday that it has tested the levels of the chemicals in the skies.
According to the Air Force, the chemical compounds known as perfluorocarbons are released into the atmosphere when natural gas is burned.
The concentration of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFOA) and other chemicals in air is higher in the winter and spring when the concentration is highest.
In the summer, however, the concentration drops due to the heat from wildfires and storms.
In March, the Air Ministry reported a spike in PFOA concentrations.
A study published in the British Medical Journal showed that a majority of the more than 3,000 dogs in Israel were exposed to PFOAs.
PFOAs are widely used in pet foods, toys, cosmetics, and household cleaners.
There are more than 50,000 pet and non-pet allergens that can cause respiratory, cardiovascular, and other health problems.
In the past year, the IDF has been using air-borne chemicals such as the dioxin-releasing agent, Dioxin.
According to its website, the Israel Defense Forces uses more than 70,000 tons of PFOAS in its air defense, as well as the pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides used in the production of fertilizers.
A study conducted by the Center for Biological Diversity said that more than 2,700 people have died from PFOAFe illnesses, including at least 5,000 deaths in the last five years.
On Tuesday, the National Council of Veterinary Medical Assn.
said that the IDF had to phase out the use of the chemical because of the health risks to dogs.
It is currently banned from using perfluors in air defense.