The flu can be scary, but it can also be the best gift you can give your vet, especially if they’re already working.

And if you’re still having trouble understanding the symptoms, it might be worth your while to have a chat with your vet about what they might be seeing.

The flu is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses, but also includes coronavirus, a new and very dangerous new form of infection.

There are now two major forms of influenza, the H1N1 and H3N2 viruses.

The H1Ns are a more common strain than the H3Ns and the two can spread easily.

Both the H2N2 and H4N2 strains are caused by a different type of virus called coronaviruses, which cause the coronaviral coronavitis that causes the flu.

The two are distinct, but they can also co-exist.

The H2Ns and H1n2 viruses cause a much more serious and deadly illness called H3B, which is caused by the coronovirus, or COVID-19.

For people who have been infected with the H4Ns, it can cause pneumonia and death.

So, what to expect and what to avoidWhen you’re considering a visit with your local vet, you might be surprised to learn that the flu is one of the first things they might ask about.

What’s in a name?

A flu test can reveal the presence of two different strains of influenza.

For example, H1, H2 and B. H1 is the most common strain in the UK and Australia, and it causes the common cold, which most people get by coughing or sneezing.

H2 is a slightly more contagious form of influenza that can cause more severe symptoms, such as flu-like symptoms.

B is a variant that is more common in Africa and is more commonly found in people with certain medical conditions.

It’s important to recognise that the different strains aren’t the same.

B1 is known to be the most contagious, and H2b is the less contagious variant.

If your GP says you’ve got H1 or H2, then they’re likely to tell you to get vaccinated and get an H1 flu test, but if they tell you they don’t have the vaccine or don’t think you should get it, that’s usually the right thing to do.

If you’ve had the flu before, you’ll be told to get a flu shot to protect yourself from other strains, but this isn’t mandatory.

Even if you don’t need to get one, it’s still important to have the test to make sure you’re safe and well.

If it doesn’t work, you can still get tested for B.

B vaccines can help protect against influenza, but there are still a number of other things you can do.

Try to limit the amount of time you spend at home with your pets.

They can be particularly susceptible to the flu and can often be isolated from one another.

If there’s a virus outbreak, it will be particularly difficult for your pets to get enough rest and feed.

You might also want to look into how your pet has been exposed to viruses before getting vaccinated.

The most common way is to get them vaccinated before they’re introduced to the house, and then if there are any outbreaks in the house after they’ve been vaccinated, your pet should be tested to see if they’ve got the virus.

If your pet is showing any of the following symptoms, or if they seem to have more of the flu symptoms, then it might mean that you need to talk to your vet to see what can be done.

How to avoid the flu with petsWhen you see a GP, ask if they can recommend a vaccination.

It can be hard to know whether you have a good chance of getting vaccinated before you get to the vet, but many vets do offer free flu vaccinations.

It’s a good idea to get your pets vaccinated before the flu season starts, but before the season starts too.

To get your pet vaccinated, you need a vaccine that has been given to your pet before it was tested.

You can do this at a vet’s clinic or at a pet shop.

You might also need to go to your local pet shop and ask if your pet will be vaccinated.

If you’re getting vaccinated at home, you should use the same vaccination schedule as your pet.

Your vet will likely offer a different schedule depending on the strain of vaccine.

If your vet does, they’ll probably recommend the same schedule for your pet, so it’s up to you to decide what’s best for you.

How to protect your pet from the fluH1N2 vaccine can be effective for people with a high risk of developing the flu or people who are more likely to develop it. However