To the best of my knowledge, no - I can't think of a viral respiratory illness in which the same virus infects both humans and dogs. Both humans and dogs can become sick with influenza, but the viruses are different (humans tend to get H1 and H2 versions while dogs currently have an H3N9 version running around).
just talk to them i guess theres no proven study that they can understand you though.
Ependymal cells are arranged in single-palisade arrays and line the ventricles of the brain and central canal of the spinal cord. They are usually ciliated, their cilia extending into the ventricular cavity.
The longest of cells are nerve cells, some are over a meter long in humans. The longest of nerve cells in any species are be found in the colossal squid, with some nerve cells estimated to be over 10 meters in length.
The hormones of the adrenal gland can act on the physiology of fear by intensifying it. Epinephrine is release when the body has a flight or fight response. This hormone increase heart rate, respiratory rate, and muscle contractions. Epinephrine also heightens the fear response in humans.