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Climate change pushing diseases across the U.S. putting dogs' lives at risk, experts fear

USATODAY.com Friday, 14 June 2019
Climate change pushing diseases across the U.S. putting dogs' lives at risk, experts fearSome experts fear climate change is expanding the distribution of diseases that can sicken or even kill dogs, a risk owners haven't dealt with before.
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