Vet Q&A: Can pets catch Coronavirus?

by PDSA Vets | 5 March

Following recent reports of a cat testing positive for Covid-19 in the UK, we understand you may be concerned about your pet. While there is no need to worry, our vets have provided some guidance on how to take sensible precautions to keep everyone safe during this time.
15 PDSA milestones to celebrate Maria Dickin’s 150th Birthday
by PDSA
| 24 September
You might already know that our founder, Maria Dickin CBE, would have been 150 this week. To celebrate, we’re looking at some major milestones for PDSA since our beginnings in 1917!
Who was Maria Dickin? Celebrating PDSA’s incredible founder
by PDSA
| 22 September
Today, PDSA’s founder Maria Dickin CBE would have been 150. We’re taking a look at who Maria was and why she decided to set up the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals of the Poor.
How we’ve been helping pets during the pandemic
by PDSA
| 18 September
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve been working hard to keep our 48 Pet Hospitals open for emergency and urgent treatment. We’ve helped thousands of pets in need since the start of the pandemic.
How to make cakes for your dog
by PDSA
| 15 September
We all love to treat our dogs and with the “Great British Bake Off” returning to our screens next week, you might be thinking about firing up the oven to make a tasty treat for your four-legged companion.
How to teach your dog the cup game
by Anna
| 11 September
With children across the UK heading back to school, the house may be feeling a little quiet for our pets. PDSA Vet Anna has put together an easy guide on how to play the cup game with your dog to help keep them occupied.
Five activities to keep your dog busy
by PDSA
| 9 September
If your dog has been used to getting all of your attention during lockdown, getting back to ‘normal’ can be difficult for them. We’ve got some great ideas of things your dog can do safely to keep them occupied, making them feel happy and relaxed while you’re busy.

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