3 Steps to avoid Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Sadly, the whole population of the planet has been affected by corona virus (Covid-19). If you are concerned that your dog can get corona virus, don’t worry. There is no evidence to prove that dogs can get infected. We reopened the website very recently and because we want to do our part in this whole situation, we added a completely new section with grooming products just to be able to keep your dog extra clean during the Covid-19 outbreak. We also give 10 % discount for all the products just with the promise that everybody will try to stay at home as much as possible, keep your social distance from other people and use protective measures. I hope everyone is safe and well and please protect yourself and your family. I hope this will help and we are looking forward for everything to go back to normal. In order for the situation to improve we need to try to flatten the line. What that means? It means that we need to avoid human interaction as much as possible and try to stay at home for the most part. Like this we can stop the virus from spreading and we are not overwhelming the hospitals and the emergency services. The more of us can respect this the quicker the situation will go back to normal. Let`s try and do our part. Everyone matters. Here we have 3 steps to avoid Corona virus (Covid-19).


  1. It is important to adopt good hygiene practices - this is good advice at any time and not specific to the Coronavirus situation.
  • Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds after interacting with your pets. 
  • Avoid being kissed or licked and sharing food with them. 
  1. Try as much as possible to stay at home and walk your dog only when your pet has to go to the toilet.
  • When walking your dog wear protecting equipment (gloves and mask).
  1. Keep your social distance and try to avoid crowded places.
  • Go outside only when is necessary.
  • When outside keep at least 2 meters from anybody.
  • Although there is no evidence that pets can spread the disease, we would advise avoiding contact with other people's pets.
  • Social distancing shouldn't have too much of an impact on your pets but it is worth planning for what your pet needs should you be required to stay at home. For example, you will need to make sure you have enough food and water for your pet, any bedding or substrate they need for their enclosure and if your pet requires regular medication, enough for the period you need to stay at home.


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