can my dog get corona virus

Can Your Pet Get COVID-19?

Category: Health
Veterinarians still say it is highly unlikely that the virus can be transmitted from humans to pets, and vice versa. COLLEGE STATION, March 24, 2020 – Whether or not your pet can become infected with the COVID-19 virus has produced some confusion. While some reports have surfaced that pets cannot contract the virus, other reports say it is still possible. So what’s the truth? more
Lack Time? Here's 4 Convenient Ways to Keep Your Dog Fit

Lack Time? Here's 4 Convenient Ways to Keep Your Dog Fit

Category: Health
#1. Bike with your dog. Ideal for dogs that have lots of energy to burn, biking with your dog allows for a lot of exercise in a small amount of time. Although toy breeds won’t be able to keep up, all other fit, healthy dogs that like to run are good biking candidates. (Neither really young dogs nor old dogs need apply.) A bike attachment like the Springer America keeps both dog and rider safe. more

DIY Craft: Gift Tags

Category: Dog Life
Elevate your present wrapping with these super-cute gift tags available in a whole ton of dog-breed silhouettes! Half the fun of opening presents is the anticipation that a beautiful presentation creates. Make the gifts you give extra special this year with these cute dog-themed tags! What you need: • a printer • 8.5" x 11" sheets of white paper or sticky label sheet • Scissors • Hole punch more

Explain the Buzzword

Category: Health
If you’ve ever wondered what probiotics are and why gut health is increasingly thought to be important for overall health, you’re not alone. The buzzword “probiotics” is thrown around a lot lately, with TV commercials and dairy-aisle packaging routinely touting their benefits. But what exactly are probiotics, and what do they have to do with health and wellness? What are probiotics? more

Dog Decoder

Category: Dog Life
Types of Barks: 1. Sound the alarm - A rapid string of two to four barks with pauses between is the most common form of barking. It means, roughly, “There’s something going on that should be checked out.” Continuous barking at a lower pitch and slower suggests the dog senses an imminent problem. It means “Danger is very close. Get ready to defend yourself!” more


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