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Since spring has arrived, you might be thinking about traveling with your dog. If your travel route will take you out of the Central Oregon area, then you might need to plan ahead so that you can get heartworm preventative.
When COVID-19 first reared its ugly head back in December 2019 in China, scientists suspected it transferred from a bat to humans in a meat market where live animals are housed and slaughtered.
Reportedly there is a chance of people spreading COVID-19 to their pets, however, very little risk of those pets spreading it to others.
If you feel the effects of wildfire smoke, then your pets do too! The American Veterinary Medical Association has provided some guidelines for you to help protect your pets during wildfire season.
As the death toll of victims to the corona virus outbreak rises, we are reminded that zoonotic diseases are increasing around the world.
Recent studies have been looking into relationships between children and their pets.
Be aware, you can pass the flu on to your pet. The flu virus that is able to cross the species barrier mainly infects warm-blooded mammals and birds. So any pet in close proximity to you that is warm-blooded is at risk.