Standing on the edge of death, the dog is still resilient against death because of covid

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected not only humans but also animals. In Vietnam, a dog named Max had to undergo a haircut due to the virus.

Max, a 3-year-old Golden Retriever, was suspected of contracting COVID-19 after his owner tested positive. Although Max did not show any symptoms, his owner decided to take precautionary measures and have him tested. The result came back negative, but the owner still decided to have Max’s hair cut off.

   

The reason for the haircut was to prevent the virus from adhering to Max’s fur, which could potentially spread the virus to other people. The owner also wanted to make sure that Max was comfortable during the hot summer months.

Max’s haircut was done by a professional groomer, who took extra precautions to ensure everyone’s safety. The groomer wore protective gear and disinfected all equipment before and after the haircut.

After the haircut, Max looked a little different, but he was still the same lovable dog. He now enjoys playing outside without his long fur getting in the way.

Although it is rare for pets to contract COVID-19, it is important to take precautions to prevent the spread of the virus. Max’s owner made the right decision to have him tested and to take measures to keep everyone safe.

Let’s hope that Max’s haircut will inspire others to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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