With the change in the weather, illnesses seem to circulating through offices, schools, and families. And while we haven’t heard of many flu cases yet, the flu virus tends to start appearing in October or November and peaks in January or February.
I don’t know about you, but in my house, the person who is sick gets dog-piled by cats and dogs as the most viable option for warmth and comfort. It’s a mutually beneficial situation. But now, a study has shown that the flu virus can be transmitted to our pets, so you might want to take care of the furry caretakers before they try to take care of you. Continue reading