If there is any upside to the current COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that we now get to hang with our pets all day, every day! It is great to be able to spend some quality time with our furry friends, but having to manage their excitement while working from home can be a challenge.
As communities worldwide shut down to practice social distancing and prevent the spread of disease, you and your pet may be going a little stir crazy stuck in your home all day. Fortunately, you can still rely on each other for companionship and entertainment, even during such uncertain times.
To help clear up any confusion about the risk of your pet contracting the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) or spreading the disease, we’ve answered the top questions about how COVID-19 affects people and their pets.
Seth Mayersohn has a B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Sciences and a Masters of Agriculture from West Virginia University. He has 12 years experience as a veterinary technician, in both small animal general practice and the specialty veterinary hospital setting.