Dogs in Pandemic Days

Although three dogs Have been known to test positive in China for Coronavirus or COVID-19, the World Health Organization (WHO) and The Centre of Disease Control (CDC) say it’s doubtful that you and your pet would cross-contaminate each other with COVID-19. The dogs that tested positive in China were believed to have been subjected to very high concentrations of contaminants to get the detectable level they did.

You may have noticed in your dog’s vaccine checklist there’s a”coronavirus” breed recorded. Luckily, this is especially a puppy sort of coronavirus only. Unfortunately, that strain isn’t the same as COVID-19. COVID-19 has the possibility of different types of animal-human transmission.

Should My Dog Wear A Mask?

No. Applying a mask To your dog might interfere with your dog’s breathing and cause more damage than good.

A dog is highly likely not to be comfortable with the mask and keep trying to pull it off.

And finally, masks Are developed for human faces, human nose, and mouth dimensions. Should you ever analyzed your dog’s mouth, you notice it cuts deep across its cheeks. No human mask would have the ability to cover that efficiently.

There are medical Masks made for puppies that wrap around their snout. However, it’s not recommended for the exact reasons. Not so comfortable can interfere with breathing, and the dog will keep attempting to remove it. Most of all, your dog is unlikely to receive our COVID-19 strain.

The Way to Protect My Dog and Me?

I am sure many of You’re doing an excellent job at these protective practices. Are they the same as you’ve heard all over?

Wash your hands With soap and water for 20-30 minutes

Frequently clean high-traffic, high-touch surfaces.

Self-isolate, it is Ok to be around your dog.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth before washing your hands; these are the most comfortable areas for germs to get into you and make you ill!

COVID-19 generally Has an incubation period of anywhere from two days, which is rare, to 5-14 days, which is more ordinary; this is time you’re sick before you begin to have symptoms

Humans are very Contagious in this incubation stage, even before they have symptoms.

Humans remain contagious when they blow their nose and cough.

Research has also Found people even shed the virus in their feces.