When the dogs were not getting itchy: Pet owners’ reactions to the recent outbreak of the H1N1 influenza virus

Peter Miles’ first day on the job at the Toronto Zoo was filled with excitement.

“We’re just in awe of what they’ve been able to do,” he said.

“It’s a huge challenge and we’re going to have to do our best to try and get as much help out of them as possible.”

In Canada, the H2N2 pandemic was the most contagious in history.

“Every day is a learning curve,” said Miles.

“There are lots of new things that are going to happen in the coming months, which is something we’re not expecting.”

The big challenge is to get the pandemic under control so that we can have a lot more success with the dogs.

“But it was not the dogs themselves who had to cope.”

We’re definitely feeling the pressure,” said the zookeeper, who has worked at the zoo for more than 25 years.”

But it’s definitely not a challenge that we’ve ever experienced before.”‘

It was just a little bit of shock’At the zoo, the zoo’s veterinarians are also struggling to get through the week.”

The zoo has only had two pandemic-related infections, which were all isolated cases of H1Ns, but both involved dog owners. “

It’s been just a bit of surprise to them.”

The zoo has only had two pandemic-related infections, which were all isolated cases of H1Ns, but both involved dog owners.

“The dogs were just doing really well and then the infection came up,” Davies said.

The zoo’s vets are hoping that this new strain of H2 can be spread to the other dogs.

“They’ve been very good, but we don’t know if it’s going to go on to the wild or not,” Davies added.

“I think they’re very lucky that it’s been so isolated, so we’re just going to see how it goes.”

Davies said the zoo is going to be a lot less aggressive with the pandemics this time around, so the vets are going back to the basics of keeping their pets safe.

“For us, this is a new challenge,” he added.

“I think it’s just a small amount of shock for them.”

A different kind of pandemic The pandemic is just the latest pandemic in the history of animals.

There have been at least six pandemic outbreaks in humans, including the 2008 pandemic, the 2009 pandemic and the 2010 pandemic.

In humans, the flu season typically starts around March.

Animals are affected first and then humans are affected by a pandemic later in the year.

A pandemic can also have a domino effect on the global economy.

A pandemic has been blamed for a drop in the US manufacturing sector and a rise in unemployment and economic turmoil.

The pandemic hit the UK hardest, with the UK suffering its worst economic downturn in 40 years, which saw an 11 per cent drop in employment.

It also impacted other parts of the world including Europe, Australia, the Middle East and parts of Asia.

There are currently more than 6.7 million people worldwide affected by the pandic.