The first ever dog that tested positive for coronavirus in the United States has passed away. The dog was a German Shepherd named Buddy from Staten Island New York.
– The first ever dog that tested positive for coronavirus in the United States died.
– It is unclear if the dog died due to the virus or because of lymphoma.
– The dog reportedly threw up…
The dog died on July 11 three months after it was diagnosed. The dog contracted the virus from its owner. It is unclear, however, if Buddy died due to the complications brought about by the human coronavirus or because of lymphoma. The dog was expected to recover from the complications of the disease but his health continued to deteriorate. On the day the doggo died, it was found by one of its owners throwing up clotted blood. That dog owner shared in a statement, “(Buddy) was the love of our lives. … He brought joy to everybody. I can’t wrap my head around it.”
The second and sixth dog that tested positive for coronavirus in the United States also died recently. However, their deaths were due to other health conditions.
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