This syndrome in known to occur in many different environments, though it has got it's name from the first documented case in a kennels in Studley, Worcestershire.
It has been known to occur in educational establishments as well, notably it occurs with devastating effect in primary school teachers, and teaching assistants.
The condition, which is not confirmed to be viral, bacterial or fungal has evolved a strain which has high contaigousness. It is establishing a hold in Aberystwyth, and looks to be colonising the South East of England. It's spread in the Midlands has been slowed effectively by containment.
Kennel Syndrome has been linked to excessive consumption of blue smarties, peaking in those suffering from blue smartie syndrome and spreads fastest throughout populations with high numbers of INAD sufferers.
A vaccine is being produced, as it is deeply irritating to those who do not suffer it.
"No, what did you get her?"
11.15, Tuesday. "Liz, did I tell you about what I got my sister for Christmas?"
"I think you did, but remind me".
11.18, Tuesday. "Liz, did I tell you about what I got my sister for Christmas?"
"Yes, you did. Stop telling me the same stuff over and over! Have you got Kennel Syndrome or something?!".