There is currently no evidence that pets can get COVID-19. However, there is a small risk that they could become infected if they come into contact with an infected person or animal. There is also a risk that they could spread the virus to other animals or people if they are infected.

The best way to protect your pet from COVID-19 is to keep them away from sick people and animals. If you are sick, you should avoid contact with your pet. If you must be around your pet, you should wear a face mask and wash your hands before and after contact.

Can Pets Catch COVID?

It is also important to regularly clean and disinfect your home, especially if someone in your household is sick. This will help to protect your pet from any potential infection.

If you are concerned that your pet may be infected with COVID-19, you should contact your veterinarian. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action.