A View From Africa

My friend lives around the corner from us in Lobatse, which is a small town in south eastern Botswana. She has three much-loved dogs, but she did have five. One day a year ago she phoned me. She was devastated, because her Schnauzer Woopi had died suddenly, from tick bite fever. The next morning I received a completely hysterical call – her Labrador had died overnight at the vet’s surgery in Gaborone, where she had believed he was recovering from a snake bite.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

A View From Africa

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