But there’s no evidence that dogs can pass the virus to people.
A cat in France has been infected with coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 - which causes Covid-19 - in the first reported case in the country, leading vets to advise people who are ill to limit their contact w...
“We don’t want people to panic. We don’t want people to be afraid of pets” or to rush to test them en masse, said Dr. Casey Barton Behravesh, a CDC official who works on human-animal health connect...
These are the first pets in the United States to test positive for SARS-CoV-2
An engineered dog virus shows promise to promote an immune response
During the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to remember some ingredients can be dangerous for cats and dogs
This is the first case of human-to-cat transmission of the novel coronavirus
Tips to plan ahead
This may be the first known case of a cat getting sick from the novel coronavirus, though experts stress cases of pets catching it remain extremely rare.
Specialist sniffer dogs are to be tested to see if they can detect coronavirus
The lifesaving breathing machines can just as easily be used on humans
What works for Fido also works for Jane and John Doe: Veterinary hospitals from North Carolina to New York to Colorado are giving vital equipment and supplies to their human-focused counterparts to...
Of all the shortages created by the coronavirus pandemic -- the toilet paper and the hand sanitizer and the bottled water -- the oddest of them all has to be dogs. Oh, and cats too.
Virologist Malik Peiris says an infection does not mean an animal has the disease or is showing symptoms
The German shepherd owned by a Covid-19 patient is in quarantine, along with another dog from the same home
The 17-year-old Pomeranian, which belonged to a Covid-19 patient, had been quarantined at a government facility since February 26, and returned home on Saturday
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