Covid-19: How To Keep Your Pet Healthy And Safe While You Are Away (And Away From Your Own Home) - Wave3

COVID-19 is the acronym for Coronavirus Disease 2019. It is a respiratory illness that spread to the world in 2020. SARS-CoV-2 is the beta-coronavir that causes COVID-18. This virus is still being researched. It was expected to be researched by scientists as of 2021. COVID–19 is a human virus. It does not have a significant impact on dogs. Two dogs in Hong Kong were infected with COVID 19 but did not become sick. Experts believe the virus spread from person to person, and not the other way around. The virus can live much longer on non-porous surfaces like metal and plastic. Groom your pet well after contact with others. During this time of isolation, your dog may become confused by the change in routine. If your dog is used to leaving the house and visiting public places, you may see signs of annoyance. Practice good hygiene techniques with yourself and your dog. Wash your hands often and keep food and water bowls clean. Social distancing is essential as long as COVID (19) is a concern. You can still bring your dog outdoors and expose him to the sounds and sights of cars and trucks. Practice setting up novel scenarios in your home or yard. A family member can walk with a pronounced limp on crutches or on crutch. . Veterinary offices are taking steps to protect their staff and clients from COVID and COVID19 transmission. Many offices are only seeing pets as drop-offs or for curbside/car side service. This helps to stop the spread of coronavirus among people. It's unlikely that you can infect your pet with COV-19. You should have another member of your household take care of walking, feeding, and playing with your pet. If you have a service animal or you must care for your pet, then wear a face mask. .

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