The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday issued a warning to veterinarians about the spread of the coronavirus.

It said a study showed that coronaviruses can spread by droplets, particles or droplets.

The new coronaviral strain that is causing the most problems in the United States is the H1N1 strain.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not issued any restrictions on veterinarians and their dogs, and the agency has issued a guidance for veterinarians to keep their dogs under control.

If your pet gets a coronavicious illness and the virus hits your home, contact your local veterinarian immediately, and keep them under observation, the FDA said.

“If your dog is in close contact with a person who is sick, the infection can spread rapidly.

That is a reason why the best precautionary measures include isolation and monitoring of all patients,” the agency said.

This article originally appeared on WSJ.com.