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Solly was at the Vets three days ago, vomitting, off food and drink, runs, bad breath and general lethargy to the extent he just wanted to be on his own, didn't even want to go for a walk, anyway after antibiotics and a couple of days rest he seems much better, Today I had an email from AHT (animal health trust) in it an account of something known as Canine Seasonal Illness, picked up by dogs when walking in woods, it can lay your dog very low for up to 10 days and in some cases it has been fatal. I dont think this is what was troubling Solly, but please be aware that this is doing the rounds, It seems more prevalent in some areas than others. For more info please look on AHT website.
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This was also covered on Countryfile, which was on Sunday night at approx 7pm on BBC1. A scientist was also affected by something while walking in a wooded area. I think his case was put down to a mite though and it was thought that they might be affecting the dogs to.
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I think someone else has posted about this last week too ?? or I've certainly read it somewhere in the last week
This was it , not quite last week but shows I'm alert
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