I am definitely a country girl that loves to garden, quilt, preserve, hunt, and read. I love my family more than anything in the world. I live with my husband of fifty years. We have a son, daughter, granddaughter and grandson. We live on a 500+ acre farm in Virginia with about 75 cows & bulls, thirty chickens, and three dogs.
"Try to be a rainbow in some else's cloud"
Daily adventures of living with a bunch of cats
Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!
Me and my Granny
Not really embarrassed.
A Simpler Way to Finance
Angel Sammy and Teddy Make TWO
Going through life as a French scent hound.
Live, Learn, and Grow
And their imaginary friends
Thirty Years of Wonder
All about our truly best friend...
This site is about my life as a farmgirl, wife, mother and grandmother. We have a beautiful granddaughter and the cutest grandson. We own two farms in Craig County Virginia, leasing one and raising beef cattle on the other.
Helping you enjoy an easygoing dog
Tales of quilting, gardening and cooking from the Kingdom of Chiconia
Coffee, Conversation & Ear Scratches
My journey of food, travel and inspiration
The world around through my camera's lens
STOPS ALONG THE WAY
in search of self
Quality Formulation for Optimal Production and Performance
Adventures in joyful living
A place for loud minds.....
Photography, Artsy Things, & Lifestyle Inspiration
The world is best viewed through the ears of a horse.
For the dog of your dreams
Content Marketing and Photographic Services
Living with a children's author isn't as easy as it looks!
A journey through the seasons with two adopted whippets, a poet and a camera
The Power of Story
Life through the eyes of a wise yellow dog 🐾
Life on a Colorado Farm (All Rights Reserved)
A not-quite-every-day look at my world, my travels and my family - human or otherwise
Musings on Life - Creative Writing - Environment
food for the body; food for the soul
One Family's Journey into Farm Life
Musings on cats, travel, gardens and life
Photographs, music and writing about daily life. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
(...and some I have)
Where a dog can be a dog
10 thoughts on “Dog Flu”
Thanks for the info Debbie! I didn't even know dogs could get the flu!
I got an e-mail about this the other day. Scary stuff! Yet another reason to stay away from dog parks, too.
Thank you for letting us know!xoxoThor
We had a big problem with dog flu here in Northern Virginia. The shelters wouldn't even let people see their dogs for awhile. Take good care of your babies.
Quite a crew you've got here! Just stopped by to say \”thanks\” for the comments on our blog!Michelle & Brutus (the Frenchie)
thanks for the info……i had no idea dogs can get flu; will check with our vet, thankschikissescoco
HiMY mom never knew that they have dog flu. I have never been sick but then I am only 3 yrs old. Their old dog before me was 18 and he never was sick a day in his life. My mom doesnt take me to dog parks or to the pet stores, so maybe thats why! But thanks for the info and for stopping by my blog. We hope to get to know you all better.Tail wagsJazzi
Remember if your dog gets flu and you take it to the vets it is best to wait outside until your appointment to avoid spread of infection in the waiting room. Most dogs will get over it just fine but if they won't eat or have breathing difficulties it's best to get them checked out by your vet.
When we first got Max (our vizsla) he had kennel cough. His little cough was so sad.
Our Greyhound would not enjoy the flu experience at all. Fortunately, we live in the country so exposure is limited.
Comments are closed.