The coronavirus outbreak has greatly impacted travel for humans, but what about our furry friends?Traveling amid rising bans and advisories from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is difficult to navigate, and it is further complicated when traveling with a pet.CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGETo make it easier on yourself and your four-legged best friend, Dr. Oscar Chavez, BVetMed, MRCVS MBA and chief medical officer for JustFoodForDogs, shared with Fox News the safest – and most stress-free – way to vacation with your pet during the pandemic.According to Dr. Chavez, the safest way to travel is not to travel — or at least avoid traveling by plane. If you must travel, Dr. Chavez advises using a crate and traveling by car, to keep you and your pet as safe as possible. (iStock)“Stay put if possible. Definitely avoid air travel,” he said to Fox News.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTERBut if you must travel, Dr. Chavez advises using a crate and traveling by car, to keep you and your pet as safe as possible.Though dogs and cats have both always had coronaviruses that do not affect humans, COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus distinct from those that


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