Comments on New York Dog Tests Positive for H1N1

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2/2/2010 10:47:01 AM


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Iris   San Diego, CA

1/26/2010 11:50:37 AM

Why did you have to say "mixed breed" in the headline? Was that relevant? Anything negative written about "mixed breeds" is just more substantition for people to go to a shelter and get a wonderful loving mutt.

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Janelle   Concordia, KS

1/26/2010 4:07:20 AM

It almost makes me wonder about my Boxer. Before Christmas, Sensamelia got really sick and a week to the day that she fell ill, she died. She wouldn't eat, she wouldn't drink and she ran a fever. The vet told us that she died of renal failure but never said how or why. After reading this article, it makes me wonder now...

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Monica   Baltimore, MD

1/25/2010 12:18:32 PM

So many times my dog has been 'down' and I've wondered if he has a flu or virus, and have never been given a positive answer from vets if this is possible. Now I know it is--if a dog catches H1N1 then of course dogs can catch other viruses. Good to be aware of this.

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Marcy   Philadelphia, PA

1/25/2010 10:07:03 AM

Yikes! What next? Only humans could of started this garbage!


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Jennifer   watertown, NY

1/25/2010 9:55:28 AM

That is a little bit scary, what's next? I guess sooner or later we are going to be sharing many other sicknesses with our four legged friends :( who knows...

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rachael   KCMO, KS

1/10/2010 7:19:47 AM

OH MY GOD!!!! I didnt think it could effect animals

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Donna Mallory   Hurricane, WV

1/8/2010 7:37:18 AM

Hard to believe.

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Nikki   york, PA

1/7/2010 5:45:31 PM

i was so surprised when i saw this. i hope all is well with this dog.

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gufuf   tampa, CT

1/7/2010 2:51:44 PM

poor doggy


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Gabi   Fremont, CA

1/7/2010 11:13:57 AM

Poor dog! What I don't understand is if the owner tested positive for H1N1 himself, what was he doing walking around taking the dog to the vet and all that himself, spreading the virus to unsuspecting people? Isn't that a bit selfish?

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Laurie   Denton, TX

1/6/2010 6:47:07 PM

This information is very, very scary and the public needs to be made aware of it ASAP! I would like to suggest that you make it aware to as many people as possible, so any people/dogs, etc. can be treated ASAP by the proper medical staff to try to save them. Thanks for making this info known. I will definitely pass it on to all those folks I know who have animals. Blessings and kindest regards.

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1/6/2010 5:40:38 PM


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Dale   Seattle, WA

1/6/2010 5:11:48 PM

Are they working on a vaccine for dogs and other pets?

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Sandy   Rockford, IL

1/6/2010 5:08:18 PM

I'm relieved that the mixed breed dog survived the H1N1 Virus. Thank you for alerting us of this situation.

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Bill   Lubbock, TX

1/6/2010 1:42:04 PM

13 years old. I would say that's "golden years".

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Deb   Keremeos, BC

1/6/2010 12:06:20 PM

I very much am interested to know if the other animals were in their golden years, or maybe had a compromised immune system before contracting the disease. Also, have they all recovered? If so, perhaps they (the animals) have some sort of antibody that could be helpful to people.

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

12/22/2009 11:23:02 PM

Poor thing.

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sk   nh, CT

12/22/2009 10:37:21 PM

poor puppy

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

12/22/2009 6:25:40 PM

Me too!

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