FYI guys. UGA has confirmed 53 cases of H3N2 canine influenza in Georgia. The only 2 known cases in Hall County have both been diagnosed at my wife's clinic. Both dogs from the same household were boarded at a place in Johns Creek. That is where it is believed they contracted it. If your dog shows symptoms, contact your vet. Lara is having clients wait in their car as not to spread it into the clinic. They are suiting up hazmat style to see the dogs.
You'll get no sympathy from me. You want sympathy, look in the dictionary between shit and syphillis. That's where you'll find my sympathy.