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PetAirapy kills more than 99.9% of tested virus and bacterial pathogens.

An outbreak of infectious disease can lead to an animal care facility’s temporary shutdown, lost revenue, decreased customer satisfaction, and damaged business reputation. Effectively preventing the spread of infectious disease in animal care environments takes a multipronged infection control approach that includes UV. And, more importantly, UV that is proven effective.

PetAirapy’s UV disinfection technology kills more than 99.9% of tested virus and bacterial pathogens. To develop a smart infection control strategy, it’s imperative to understand diseases and their transmission routes, including airborne which can be the primary transmission route for threats such as canine (kennel) cough, canine influenza, and canine distemper. PetAirapy’s researched, tested, and study-backed UV helps eliminate pathogens by sanitizing the air.

Learn about transmission, symptoms, prevention, and treatment for the following:

veterinarian examining dog for a dry, hacking cough which is a classic symptom in kennel cough

Kennel Cough (Canine Cough)

lethargic dog at vet

Canine Influenza

Puppy with diarrhea receiving IV fluids due to possible parvovirus

Canine Parvovirus

Nasal discharge draining out of a dog's nose with possible canine distemper

Canine Distemper

Cat with eye discharge, a symptom of feline calicivirus

Feline Calicivirus

dog paw allergy

Canine Atopic Dermatitis

sick dog

Canine Coronavirus

Dog, cat and child playing together in the grass

Zoonotic Diseases

veterinarian examining dog for a dry, hacking cough which is a classic symptom in kennel cough

Kennel Cough (Canine Cough)

lethargic dog at vet

Canine Influenza

Puppy with diarrhea receiving IV fluids due to possible parvovirus

Canine Parvovirus

Nasal discharge draining out of a dog's nose with possible canine distemper

Canine Distemper

Cat with eye discharge, a symptom of feline calicivirus

Feline Calicivirus

dog paw allergy

Canine Atopic Dermatitis

sick dog

Canine Coronavirus

Dog, cat and child playing together in the grass

Zoonotic Diseases