AVMA News 

Monkeypox: New resource helps answers questions
Monkeypox remains much in the news, and veterinarians may be fielding questions from clients concerned about this zoonotic virus. A new AVMA webpage provides answers.

– Available for anyone to use as a resource, including clients, the monkeypox webpage pulls together the basic information that’s critical for pet owners. For example:

– People can catch monkeypox from animals, but the chance of this in the United States is extremely low.

– The chance of your pet catching monkeypox is also extremely low. 

– Initial signs of monkeypox in animals are similar to signs of other, much more common diseases. 

– If you suspect your pet or another animal has monkeypox, contact your veterinarian. Read more …

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