Life at present is uncertain. Our working lives, our family lives, our wellbeing and for many, sadly, our health are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The same may also be true for our animals. With many of us working from home, our pets will be seeing more of us. For some that it is a joy, and others may feel their peaceful days have been disrupted (particularly for those families with younger children…it’s not only parents who will be keen to see the re-opening of schools and nurseries).
Animal and Veterinary organisations are sharing lots of useful information to help us meet our animals needs during the crisis, including:
Click here to view the guidance (This guide was published online by the BVA, produced by Sarah Heath FRCVS, Daniel Mills FRCVS, Lorella Notari MRCVS, and Rachel Casey MRCVS, recognised specialists in behavioural medicine, for producing this guidance)
The BVA has produced a useful guide, which is regularly updated to answer many of the questions currently asked by owners.
Many veterinary organisations are providing owner guidance on what to look for and how to check on our animals during lock down. Some great examples include:
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