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Protocols

Well, this morning, the brain is nothing more than a slab of poorly butchered meat.

That’s it.

There’s no fire under it.

No charcoal grill a-hissing and a-popping waiting for its slabness. 48 more words

Author

Quarantine - A Frightening Movie

Quarantine was a movie directed in 2018 by John Erick Dowdle and produced by a Spanish company. It’s very frightening considering that the situations that are portrayed in this movie could be real. 256 more words

Movies

Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers put stables in quarantine after respiratory infection detected

UPDATE: Halifax Regional Police’s Mounted Unit has confirmed that one of their horses, Sarge, has been diagnosed with strangles. 

This wknd, Bengal Lancers confirmed the presence of Strangles – a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects horses only – at their barn, which is where Sarge & Val are stabled.

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Canada

Monday in a Picture - The Med Hut

Guest post note: Fortunately, I haven’t had to take any trips to the medical unit for an overnight stay. But it is reality for many PCVs. 194 more words

Swaziland

APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) Releases 2017 Annual Report

Every day, PPQ employees and our partners give their all to deliver extraordinary results for U.S. agriculture. And 2017 was no exception. We continued to push the United States’ line of defense against invasive pests and diseases further offshore, allowing us to take action against pests hitchhiking on or in imported goods before they reached our borders. 246 more words

News

Dejan Savic Dog Rescuing God or Scammer & Illegal Trafficker

Dejan Savic, well, what can I say! This man apparently fooled many people. From vets, to transporters, to rescuers to admin on Dachshunds Needing Homes. How many were genuinely fooled though? 587 more words

Barnaby Longdog

Out of the Frying Pan

We’ve set our departure date for August 4 and I am determined to downsize. I give each item a feng shui moment, asking it, “Do I really want to carry you across the Pacific Ocean?” More often than not, the answer is, “No.” We toss old documents, choose which photos need to be kept, which are better forgotten, give things away, delete no-longer-relevant computer files. 357 more words