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Dogs and COVID_19

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by igor, Apr 4, 2020.

  1. igor

    igor Junior Member

    The media is downplaying the danger that dogs and other pets represent for Canadians and for the rest of the world, dogs can transmit COVID-19 to humans.
    The majority of dog owners kiss their dogs and get infected either can pass the virus to each other, who in turn transmit the infection to other living carriers and the unchained transmission of this virus will decimate humankind.
    The entitlement and the irresponsible behaviour of pet owners, is criminal, moustly dog owners who feel that their dogs have more right than a person.
    The government doesn’t want you to know that the only way China controlled the pandemic was a massive killing of dogs.
    So you decide if approach a dog on the street, but I think You shouldn’t.
     

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