The Coronavirus has become a common talking point among many over the past few years, and while the common questions center around humans passing and contracting the virus, many pet owners are also concerned about their fluffy friends. Dr. David Sikes with the Lebanon Veterinary Clinic says for a majority of pets, it’s nothing to worry about.

Of course, this isn’t a one-size-fits-all method, as some animals with other potential commodities must be monitored more closely. Dr. Sikes stresses a close line of communication between the pet owner, and veterinarians.


While still at low risk, Dr. Sikes added the most at-risk household pet is the minx or ferret.