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Eventually, things will go back to normal, and your dog will spend much of the day alone. This could cause stress for your furry friend, who has grown used to having people home all day during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Animal shelters are beginning to see an increase in pets that have become homeless after their owners died during the coronavirus pandemic.
The American Veterinary Medical Association gives frequently updated guidance to members on minimizing exposure to COVID-19 while providing quality care for pets.
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has certainly affected many aspects of our lives, and our pets can read our emotions and “feed off” our stres…
Dogs dig when they’re bored, stressed or going after prey or simply because it’s instinctive. There are a few ways to manage the behavior.
Our pets can use a little preparation where spring storms are concerned. Consider these tips to ensure your furry friends can weather any stre…
Some vets say cat owners who are self-isolating or have COVID-19 symptoms should consider keeping pets indoors to stop them carrying the virus on their fur.