After working together as a nation to stop the spread of COVID-19, the number of cases in Australia continue to decrease. This is a sigh of relief to all of us. Nonetheless, it is always best to be aware on how to care for our pet in the unlikely event we do get the virus.
Although our furbabies are unlikely to get COVID-19, it is important that we restrict contact with our pets if we have (suspected or confirmed) the virus as a safety precaution until more information about the virus is known. Here are four guidelines we recommend to follow if you happen to be ill with COVID-19 to ensure your pet and the community stay healthy:
It is important to include your pet when self-isolating if you suspect or are confirmed to have COVID-19 to take extra precautions to be safe and minimise the risk of spreading the virus to the community. By working together (paws & hands from a distance), we will completely fight this pandemic!
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