Plague is found in New Mexico pets

04/20/2010 | Current-Argus (N.M.)

Public health officials in New Mexico have recently identified several cases of plague in dogs and cats, which sometimes serves as a warning that humans may be next. While no human cases have been reported, officials are reminding residents to be cautious as the summer brings the fleas and ticks that can transmit the disease.

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