RONNIE: We had a full crew. The morning feeding went well and pretty much all of the dogs ate. On Friday, we did a lot of bleaching. We have ringworm sometimes, so we did a lot of bleaching. We bleached the kennels and both parks.
BILL: How many dogs have ringworm now? There aren’t very many, are there?
RONNIE: Three -- just three and that’s a big deal. This is normally the worst time of year for ringworm and we are doing a really good job of keeping it under control.
BILL: We used the word, “housers,” because those kennels were the closest to Hospital One, which was our house at the time. We lived in that house, which is now H1.
BILL: It seems to help.
RONNIE: Yes, it always does.
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