CORONAVIRUS: IS YOUR INFECTED PET AN ASSASSIN?
Updated: Apr 5, 2020
If your dog is also packing a 9mm, wears dark sunglasses, and has been coming home with expensive toys and treats, then “Yes.”
If your dog unwittingly caught the virus from another dog or a human, he or she is probably not an assassin but, in theory, could kill you or one of your family members nevertheless.
There are two known cases so far from dogs infected with the coronavirus.
Don’t trust the CDC or WHO on this one, who will say “don’t worry” and remember AIDS started with monkeys.
If an animal has a virus it can be transmitted to you, period.
So if your dog shows a fever and is sneezing, wants to stay in bed all day and watch Fox News or CNN, and maybe has a long-lasting eye infection, have the canine checked out by your vet.
It’s mask time for your dog if your canine is infected, and always wash your hands after touching your pet.
No more licking each other’s face, either….
Be sure to take a look at my CoronaVirus Page on my Blog and search for articles with the word "Coronavirus" in the title or body.
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