'Guardian' Dog Refuses to Leave Dead Sister's Body on Side of the Road: 'Heart Wrenching'

Guardian will be held on hold as a stray for four days, according to the department.

Animal control officers have already arranged for Guardian's adoption should no one claim him by May 29.

It is unclear how Guardian's sister died. The Kingsville Kleberg Health Department Animal Control & Care Center did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

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Is Pets at Home open? Coronavirus opening times and advice

PET-OWNERS may be panicking about how to look after animals during the coronavirus lockdown, but the good news is that pet stores are allowed to stay open.

Pets at Home – one of the biggest pet supply shops in the UK – has confirmed that the majority of its stores will remain open for business.

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Last night, Boris Johnson announced that the UK was headed into lockdown, and that people weren't allowed to leave their homes except for essentials such as food shopping and medical treatment.

The new measures came as coronavirus cases in the UK reached 6,650 with 335 deaths so far.

The Prime Minister also said that all non-essential shops would be closed immediately.

Fortunately for pet owners, pet supply shops have been exempt from the forced closure so you should be able to get food, treats, bedding and anything else you need.


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Pets at Home says that most of its stores will be remaining open.

The Sun has asked for a full list of those that are closing and will update this article when we find out.

You can check whether your local is staying open as well as its opening hours using the store locator tool.

The pet supplier has introduced social distancing measures within its shops to help keep staff and customers safe.

It is asking shoppers to keep two metres away from each other and has paused in-store events and sign-ups to minimise contact.

Pets are no longer available to buy and "sensible" purchase limits have been introduced for supplies.

Finally, the shops are no longer taking cash payments, so you'll need to take a card with you.

The government has recommend that people shop online where possible, but Pets at Home is reporting severe delays for deliveries.

A message on the website reads: "Due to high demand, orders may take up to 14 days to be delivered."

And some customers have been tweeting saying that essentials such as dog food are completely out of stock online.


So customers will either need to try in store, or keep refreshing online until stock becomes available.

Pets at Home has been responding to tweets letting people know when new supplies should be available – so if there's something specific you need it is worth trying customer services.

If you are heading into a physical shop it may be worth calling ahead to check it has what you need on the shelves.

Unfortunately, the chain has closed its 'Groom Rooms', so any appointments you had for grooming will be cancelled.

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Kourtney Kardashian Takes Her Dog for a Walk in a Baby Carriage, Jokes She's the 'Homeschool PE Teacher'

Kourtney Kardashian is enjoying some fresh air while practicing social distancing during the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak — and is taking a furry friend with her!

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 40, shared a photo of herself walking her daughter Penelope’s dog Honey, who was sitting pretty in a pink baby carriage for the outing.

“I’m the homeschool PE teacher,” the Poosh founder captioned the shot, likely referring to the fact that schools are closed because of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The KarJenner family have been practicing social distancing in order to keep each other safe and healthy during the ongoing public health crisis.

Earlier on Monday, Kourtney’s sister Kim Kardashian West and mom Kris Jenner spent some time together while maintaining six feet between them.

“We are sitting six feet apart, having lunch together,” Kim said in a video on her Instagram Story, which shows herself and Kris, 64, eating together while sitting on opposite sides of her kitchen table.

“I just want you guys to be encouraged that social distancing is definitely the way to go and what is really going to make a difference here to get over this curve,” Kim said.

Kris added that the mother-daughter pair went on a walk together, and said that the fresh air helped improve her attitude and energy.

I think it really made me feel better to get outside a little bit today. It made such a difference in my attitude, in my energy, in my mood. It made me feel cheerful to see Kim. If you can just try and get outside a bit,” Kris said.

“But still stay inside,” Kim encouraged her followers.

“We’ve been taking it extremely seriously. I think everyone just needs to understand that this is temporary, it’s not going to last forever, but take advantage of the time,” she added.

Last week, Kourtney shared a video of her son Reign, sharing with her followers what they have been up to while staying at home.

“Yes we’re still in our pajamas from the night before and haven’t brushed our hair yet, but we’ve been busy with the important stuff like meditating, reading books, watching movies, baking, dancing around the kitchen, playing dress up, most importantly really slowing down and spending time together,” she shared in the caption for the video.

As of Monday, there are at least 39,819 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with 458 deaths from coronavirus-related illness.

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