First U.S. Dog Diagnosed with Covid-19 Dies

Little is known about how the coronavirus affects animal
health
First U.S. Dog Diagnosed with Covid-19 Dies

In mid-April, not long after Robert Mahoney learned that he had
Covid-19, his dog Buddy—a seven-year-old, 130-pound German
Shepherd—started having breathing problems. Four weeks later,
Buddy became the
first dog to test positive for the coronavirus
in the United
States. Though the big shepherd was expected to recover, sadly, he
died on July 11, but it’s unclear if the virus caused his
death.

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First U.S. Dog Diagnosed with Covid-19 Dies