«From the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) they recommend that if a person has symptoms or confirmed cases, try not to be in contact with animals because it is not known for sure what can happen to them,» recommended veterinarian Carolina Chavez Likewise, if the person must comply with quarantine and lives with a dog, “the recreational aspect is complicated”
“If they live in a house with a garden, park, terrace or exterior access, he adapts to those spaces. But if they live in an apartment and are used to going out at least twice a day to relieve themselves, the ideal is for the person to be able to find a solution,” said Chavez.
He assured that in this case «the best way to spend those days is in calm and in peace because the animal has to adapt to the new situation without anything making it nervous because if it is used to going out for a walk, this is a new situation also for him and it will not be easy, but if you calm him down, pamper him, play with him, that will be good for the dog”.
A good idea so as not to change the sudden routine of the dogs is to coordinate with someone you trust to pick up the dog alone, taking into account biosecurity precautions or you can also take advantage of dog hotels or lodgings.
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