If You Have Pets
As we all work to stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak across the nation, some people may be wondering what’s your pets situation is now. You must have read that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is aware of a small number of pets, including dogs and cats, have been reported to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 after close contact with people with COVID-19.
We know your pets are family, so what should we do to protect them from the coronavirus?
1. Wash your hands after handling animals, their food, waste, or supplies and wear a face mask;
2. Limit contact with your pets if you or someone you are close to contracts the coronavirus;
3. Avoid petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food;
4. Avoid crowded places when walking a dog;
5. Wiping your pet’s paws when they come in and out of the house with a paw cleaner and paw wipes;
6. Be sure to stock up on pet supplies (at least two weeks) and vaccinate your pets for other diseases;
7. If your pet needs veterinary care, call your veterinarian or emergency clinic to find out how they are handling patient care at this time；
8. Designate someone who could help with short- or long-term care of your pet if you become sick or require hospitalization.
Although it is rare that coronaviruses that infect animals can sometimes be spread to people, we have prepared some dog masks for dog owners just in case. And also we have completed our PPE categories by adding alcohol wipes, disposable shoe covers/gloves and more…Please go to shop.netvue.com to pick up what you need.