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    https://mobile.twitter.com/XinqiSu/s...42216228847616

    Uhhh...poor doggie. Such stress, and dying in quarantine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0
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    Uhhh...poor doggie. Such stress, and dying in quarantine?

    Can someone translate it. Did the dog die from the virus or stress or old age? Also 17 years in dog years or human years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miaofromcali
    Can someone translate it. Did the dog die from the virus or stress or old age? Also 17 years in dog years or human years.
    Passed away at 17 years old (normal human calendar years), no autopsy requested by owner so cause of death unknown. (The stress part was my imagining from the separation and chucking at the underutilised bridge area, not from the source article, sorry for the confusion.)

    Don’t read too much into this, more light gossip than anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0
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    Uhhh...poor doggie. Such stress, and dying in quarantine?
    Don't mean to beat the dead ... dogie, but it seems that the passing took place after the quarantine: "The first dog in the world to be found with the new coronavirus died on Monday after testing negative for the disease and returning home, according to Hong Kong’s animal welfare authority."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sv336
    Don't mean to beat the dead ... dogie, but it seems that the passing took place after the quarantine: "The first dog in the world to be found with the new coronavirus died on Monday after testing negative for the disease and returning home, according to Hong Kong’s animal welfare authority."
    But "17 year old dog died of old age" doesn't make great headlines.

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    https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/...htm?fontSize=1

    latest positive serology test results of the Pomeranian which previously tested weak positive for COVID-19 virus proved that the dog has been infected with the virus.
    indicates that the Pomeranian had developed an immune response to the viral infection with antibodies found in the blood.
    Well nobody overreact, but just FYI. I’m assuming the tense is a grammar mistake and we’re not dealing with a zombie dog either.

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