You’re probably wondering about COVID-19, and also as to whether your furry best friend can get it or transmit it?
We adore our pets, and knowing how we can help them during these stressful times during a mandatory self-isolation means understanding ways to enjoy simple things like long hikes with Fido, having doggie spa days at home while watching DOGTV, and keeping your special furry best friend close to you!
This article will explain what animal professionals and the center for disease control are saying about dogs and COVID-19.
As of today, there’s no research indicating that pets can transmit COVID-19. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reassures all pet parents that are concerned about the transmission of COVID- 19 that “there is no evidence at this pointto indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people.”
With all the misinformation that’s being spread, it’s recommended that you only take into account what the experts have to say. This means that medical, scientific agencies and veterinary updates are accurate. Nothing else counts!
Dogs and other pets cannot get or transmit the coronavirus. (COVID-19)Pets are not a source of infection to humans or to other animals.
With full blown global panic everywhere today, it’s important that you enjoy the basics like walking your dogs, and taking good care of them, even while you’re holed up inside your home.
Radical lifestyle changes should not mean that your pets go without the necessary veterinary care, high-quality nutrition, CBD supplements for pain and anxiety, regular exercise and more!
Moving forward though, it will be necessary to plan ahead, and to shop online in order to stock up on pets and other supplies that we may need while in self-quarantine.