I’m very concerned,” Edgar E. Cayce says about the virus. “I’ve been hearing about Ebola a lot in the press, and I’m worried that my dogs could be euthanized because of the public panic that’s currently being spread around by the media.
Beverly Hills, California (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
ZoeDoggy of Beverly Hills, an online fashion doggy boutique and information resource for pet owners, has just published an article about the recent Ebola outbreak and how it affects dogs. A highly infectious viral disease, Ebola is thought to originate from Central Africa and has never crossed African borders until recently, when a Spanish nurse contracted the disease and unwillingly had her dog, Excalibur, euthanized by Madrid health authorities out of fear that it might spread the disease.
“I’m very concerned,” Edgar E. Cayce says about the virus. “I’ve been hearing about Ebola a lot in the press, and I’m worried that my dogs could be euthanized because of the public panic that’s currently being spread around by the media. I have three dogs, and I’d hate it if they were suddenly taken from me because of this perceived threat.”
Mr. Cayce is not the only one who is worried, as many pet owners are now scared that their dog might be exposed, and if so that they will be forced to euthanize their pet as Excalibur was. As ZoeDoggy’s mission is to educate and raise awareness about issues concerning animal rights and well-being while also offering the latest doggy fashions, the topic of Ebola and pets hits very close to home for them.
Dr. Jeff Werber, D.V.M., the personal veterinarian of Zoe and Izzy – the furry ambassadors of ZoeDoggy of Beverly Hills – has been instrumental in answering questions about the virus and soothing the public’s fears. Jacklynn Hudson, owner of Zoe and Izzy and CEO of ZoeDoggy, is very aware of how anxious pet owners are about the Ebola epidemic, which is why she had the ZoeDoggy team write an article to address the topic with their fans. The article addresses dog owners’ fears and concerns regarding Ebola, and answers all their questions regarding the likelihood of their pets contracting the virus and how to keep their loved ones safe from it.
The highly anticipated ZoeDoggy of Beverly Hills launched recently on October 27th, so the article is now live on their blog and can be read here. In addition to providing free information on the health and wellness of pups worldwide, the new website offers dog lovers amazing deals on luxury doggy fashions and accessories, including collars, harnesses, beds, health products and more.
For further questions regarding the virus, ZoeDoggy suggests contacting your local veterinarian, who will be the best resource to ensure your pet’s continued health and safety.
ZoeDoggy of Beverly Hills is headquartered at 369 South Doheny Drive, Suite #514, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. To learn more about ZoeDoggy, visit them here . For further information, or to schedule an interview, please call Jessica Qureshi at 310-623-0794, or email her at press(AT)zoedoggy.net.