The local outbreak of canine flu that began in May has now infected more than 82 dogs in Florida , killing at least four of them, and has temporarily closed both a leading Orlando shelter and an unidentified Orange County boarding facility. The highly .
He says 45 minutes after he and his wife dropped off their two dogs for the day, they got a call that a pit bull took a bite out of Blaton's leg in the play yard. ... In Florida , grooming or boarding facilities don't need a license, unless performed at.
at the Sanford- Orlando Kennel Club earlier this year, according to a newly released report. On the morning of Jan. 17, trainer Edel Figueroa found a greyhound named SWG Mother Neff dead in its crate with vomit and feces saturating the carpet, a.
6 partner Florida Today reported. Across north and central Florida , veterinarians for the University of Florida said 21 dogs in their care have tested positive. ... of illness, officials told Florida Today. In Palm Bay, the owner of Paradise Luxury.
Across north and central Florida ... into the cageless boarding facility. "We have hundreds of dogs that come here," Paradise owner Heather Carelli said. "We just want to keep everyone safe." The diagnosis of two dogs at an Orlando shelter led to its.
Orlando survivor called from company bathroom: “My boss is dead” fox4kc.com.
Dog flu virus has arrived in Florida ; experts urge vaccination Naples Daily News.
Last year, after activists presented the Seminole County Commission with a petition signed by 14,000 voters, commissioners adopted an ordinance requiring the Sanford Orlando Kennel Club to keep records of each dog injury. Since May 5, 11 reports have .
Parents and teachers who spoke with FLORIDA TODAY also said they could not reach him. Now, the day care closures have parents concerned about the future of the adjacent charter schools. Stephanie Archer, BPS assistant superintendent for the Division .
The South Tampa dog daycare is under investigation following the deaths of two dogs from heat exhaustion within two weeks. As reports surfaced of the two deaths other dog owners came forth claiming their dogs had been injured at the daycare as well.