If your pooch is packing on pounds during the pandemic, they’re not alone. More people staying at home with their pets also means that more people are slipping their pups extra treats, leading to 36% of dogs gaining weight during the pandemic. That percentage comes from smart dog tech company Fi and pet insurance company…
Covid-19 Sniffer Dogs with above 94% Accuracy. This Thursday’s game (Jan 28) against the LA Lakers will kick off the Heat’s plan to allow a limited number [about 2000 family and friends] of ticket holders to attend the game- if they can pass the sniff test, that is. Trained canines will sniff out each fan…
If you, Fido and Fluffy are quarantined to your home because of COVID-19, chances are you may feel a bit “blue” having had your life basically turned upside down. Your pets likely feel the same way. To counteract living under a quarantine and feeling isolated here are a few tips to help and your pets make the best of this time.
Coronavirus – COVID 19 Update: When it comes to man’s best friend, the nose knows. Thanks to their extraordinary sense of smell, dogs are already proven to be skilled at detecting diseases like malaria and cancer in humans.
Dogs are truly man’s best friend! Today more so than ever before. Researchers are in the process of training dogs to detect the Coronavirus responsible for today’s worldwide pandemic.
What are pet owners most important considerations to keep their pets safe from the Coronavirus pandemic and how to stay busy with pets and live while under quarantine. The current coronavirus pandemic has alarmed pet owners worldwide. Experts continue to believe that pets, including dogs and cats are not able to become infected nor are they able to transmit the COVID-19 disease to people.
To all of our Pet Loving Clients, Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic will remain open during this COVID-19 Pandemic and Dr. Carol will continue to provide needed veterinary services Monday through Saturday, by appointment.
Pet owners concerned about whether or not their dog may have contracted COVID-19 can now get answers. Assuming you have a logical reason to back up your claim, call your veterinarian and ask for your dog to be tested.
What risk does COVID-19 pose to Dogs & Cats? Currently, according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control [CDC] there is no evidence that pets, specifically dogs and cats can transmit the Corona virus causing COVID-19 to people. The Center for Disease Control does, however, recommend minimizing contact with pets for individuals currently experiencing signs of COVID-19.