In times of crisis, access to useful and reliable information is crucial. Petcube prepared a guide for pet parents to help them navigate the quarantine with these small tips and solutions. We will be updating the list with new resources on a regular basis.

Read about COVID-19 in pets, get free online vet consultations, learn how to groom your pets at home, consider adopting a dog or cat from shelters or making a donation, prepare a pet supply emergency kit, and find out how to work from home with pets or entertain them indoors.

COVID-19 and Animals | Vet Help Online | Working from Home | Indoor Games | Grooming Pets at Home | Adopt or Foster | Donate | Pet Supply Emergency Kit

COVID-19 and Animals

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Can my pet contract the novel coronavirus? Can I infect my dog if I have COVID-19? Find answers to these questions following the links below:

Symptom Checkers & Vet Help Online

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Staying home keeps everyone safe. Consider consulting with a vet online if your pup caught a cold. You can also check the symptoms through a simple checker and learn more about emergencies when online consultations are not enough:

Working from Home with Pets

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Being productive at home might be challenging. Check these guides to find a new work-life balance as a pet parent working from home.

Indoor Games for Pets

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Keep your pets entertained and active in quarantine with these indoor games and training tips.

Grooming Pets at Home

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Many of the grooming salons are currently not available. Well, your dog’s hair doesn’t know about that. Learn how to take care of your pet at home with these cat and dog grooming guides.

Adopt or Foster a Pet

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Due to the pandemic, shelters are facing more challenges than ever. Consider adopting or fostering a pet if you have enough resources. Quarantine is a great time to build a bond with new pets, teach them some essential commands and do a housebreaking training.

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Not everyone can afford to adopt or foster a pet. However, it is still possible to support some great initiatives helping animals survive through these hard times.

Prepare a Pet Supply Emergency Kit

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To be on a safe side, prepare for a situation that might happen if all members of your household become too ill to take care of your pets or will have to go to a hospital to seek medical treatment. Make sure your pets have enough supplies with these tips on pet essentials.

We hope these guides and tips will help our readers through times of uncertainty.

Meanwhile, cheer yourself up with the best moments of working from home with pets.

cat sitting on human's legs while working from home Olga Boiko and her cat Siri