I’ve been slow posting in the past few days, so here are a few quick recaps from the animal/COVID-19 world.

Higher quality debunking of crappy dog-SARS-CoV-2 paper

Back in April, a paper (Xia 2020) was released that suggested dogs could be the source of SARS-CoV-2.  Most of us considered it crap at the

While COVID-19 is almost exclusively a human disease, it’s clear there can be spillover into animals. That’s probably of greatest concern in pets, because of the amount of contact we have with them and the susceptibility of some pet species (especially cats and ferrets). However, while we have less contact with other types of animals,

We’ll put this in the “interesting but not really surprising” file.

When you have people with COVID-19 and they have contact with animals, there’s some risk of infecting the animals. The risk varies by animal species, but this virus seems to have the ability to infect a few different species beyond our own.

SARS-CoV-2 has