March, 24 Covid-19 Update

WSAVA Moves to Reassure Pet Owners: ‘No evidence that COVID-19 can be contracted from pets’


The outbreak of COVID-19 is causing fear and uncertainty. It is a also significant threat to companion animal welfare as some owners are concerned that pets could spread the virus. On our site we will share information and resources for use by our Clients.

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has moved to reassure pet owners following the news that a dog in Hong Kong, quarantined after it had tested positive for SARS- CoV-2, has died. The dog had been released after two weeks of quarantine having subsequently tested negative for the virus.