Regarding the risk of the contagion of pets, the virus has been detected in two dogs that lived with a COVID-19 patient that showed respiratory and digestive symptoms.1
In experimental studies there have been ferret and cat infections, with active reapplication of the virus in respiratory ways. It was also observed, but in lesser intensity in dogs. This indicates that there can be transmission of infected humans to dogs, cats and occasionally to ferrets. It is unknown if transmission can occur from these animals to humans.2
In conclusion, at this moment there is no evidence that pets are a risk for humans, we are riskier to them.