Coronavirus & Pets

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the globe, uncertainty around how the coronavirus effects our pets can present feelings of fear, stress, and anxiety. Get information and facts from pet health experts to answer your top coronavirus questions.

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So Maybe Not All Our Pets Were Thrilled About Us Being Home So Much During the Pandemic
An Australian study found that some cat owners thought their cats looked a bit "put out" by the constant human presence.
U.S. Zoos Are Starting to Administer COVID-19 Vaccinations in Their Animals
Two zoos, in Denver and Oakland, have begun vaccinating their big cats and primates, some of the animals most at-risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Jazzy the Yorkie Mix Finds Forever Home After Previous Owner Died from COVID-19
The 10-year-old Yorkie mix finds a new life after being surrendered by her owner’s caretaker earlier this year.
Did Your State Adopt More Dogs or Cats During the Pandemic?
Several New England states boasted high adoption rates for both cats and dogs.

More Coronavirus & Pets

Study Says Dog Walks Are Risky During Pandemic. Here’s How to Be Safe
Could dog owners be more prone to COVID-19 than others? We looked at the research to find out.
It’s Official: Pets Are Helping Us Make It Through the Pandemic
According to a UK study, our pets are helping us stay mentally healthy.
Animal Welfare Groups Emphasize that Pets Can't Transmit Coronavirus

A dog in Hong Kong tested 'weak positive' for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) but authorities said there is 'no evidence that pets will get sick from COVID-19 or cause human infections.'