As we continue to learn more about the coronavirus, the focus now shifts to people and their pets as there is a growing concern of transmission between animals and humans.
Now,there is no evidence that a dog or other pets can contract or spread the disease among themselves or humans.
How can you keep their animals and families safe?
--Keep petting your animals. Wash your hands with soap and water after petting your animal or another's.
--Try adding a few games into to your dog’s routine.Tug is one of dog’s favorite game.It just need a Cotton rope toy.It’s fun, it’s engaging, it’s great physical exercise for you in this special time and it’s a good way for dogs to practice their manners.
--Keep a two-week supply of your pet’s food and medications on hand.If you can't buy Pets’ food at the supermarket, Amazon is a good choice.
--Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay home when you are sick. If you need to cough or sneeze, do so into your arm, instead of your hand.
You still have no reason to panic of your pet just yet, but good practices in public are still advised.