TIDBIT: SITE NEWS UPDATED
Hi folks... I'm just back from another long session at a veterinary emergency room for Shiloh... it was another rough patch today, and pills have been prescribed &c. Chances are I will NOT get to blogs tomorrow, as I have to run out tomorrow and get some supplies. Hopefully I'll find a stretch of time on Monday to get everything squared away, though I do have another veterinarian appointment on Tuesday for her with her regular veterinarian, and then I myself have an appointment on Wednesday... so it's a bit of an up and down week, so blogs may be spotty this week. I want to thank everyone for your prayers and good thoughts for my little Shiloh, and be assured of mine in return...
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I hope she’s doing well!!
hey Doc. catching up on your blog posts. Please refer back to last post re ideas to help Shiloh. Appreciate the updates. Thank you.
Shiloh and Dr F special prayers and blessed intentions for good health and happiness.
One can hypothesize, that if a dog observes a horse, a sheep or a goat in pasture, that the dog might get the idea to emulate.
It depends on species having ability to cross-species identification. A pegasus would be a horse, taken to wings, after observing a bird.
A talkative dog, that tries to emulate a pipe organ, should theoretically be able to learn to eat grass, by observing a cat doing it.
Cowboys chew straw, so horses can learn the trick.
Thank you for the update on Shiloh, Dr Farrell. Prayers for her full recovery.
All the best!!!
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Please do take care when out and about with the latest Omicron variant of Coronavirus.
Research in the New England Journal of Medicine showed BA.4 and BA.5 can “substantially escape” the protection from either vaccination or infection. A study in the Science journal also showed the original Omicron was like a “stealth virus” that left limited protection if you came across Omicron again. The new sub-variants’ slippery skills combined with waning immunity, means the chances of catching Covid multiple times are now increasingly common.