Since being announced giveaway of Ebola, Nina Pham pronounced she wants to reason her dog, Bentley.
But Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins pronounced there is no dog reunion scheduled for Saturday.
A day earlier, he had pronounced a dual expected would see any other Saturday.
Pham and her dog have been distant for some-more than dual weeks, after Pham was put into siege Oct. 10 during Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas.
The 1-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is being monitored for a 21-day duration during Hensley Field Services Center in Grand Prairie while Dallas Animal Services checks his urine and sofa samples for a lethal illness his owners engaged while treating Thomas Eric Duncan.
So far, a dog shows no signs of a disease, Jenkins said. His quarantine duration should finish around Nov. 1.
Jenkins pronounced a dog suffers subdivision stress from Pham and doctors worry a revisit from a owner Saturday would excite a dog and drive him from his regimen.
“I’m lobbying for her and a dog, though we have to do what a doctors and scientists consider is best,” pronounced Jenkins, who is overseeing a Ebola response in Dallas.