Dog Flu Sweeping the Valley

Best way to protect your pet is to stay away from kennels, pet sitters, and dog parks.

Valley veterinarians see all-time high of virus among pets. Veterinarians are saying it is one of the worst seasons for respiratory infections for both cats and dogs… Read More

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6 Responses to Dog Flu Sweeping the Valley

  1. Bongo says:

    You mean my person knows what she’s doing when she keeps me away from other dogs on my trails?

  2. Rita A. says:

    Thank you for the information. Will the freeze make a difference at the bark parks?

  3. Good info for folks with pets. Especially city folk. (Symptoms that you caught the Dog Flu from your pet include, You find yourself barking everytime someone pulls into your drive, you prefer drinking from the toilet, Your partner finds you’ve been using the lawn as a bathroom, you ‘run’ in your sleep, you can eat an entire meal in 4.6 seconds and then… you find yourself sniffing your guest butt) … get vaccinated!

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