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NEW PREVENTION TREATMENTS AGAINST PARALYSIS TICKS FOR DOGS AND CATS

Emergency vet hospitals on the North Coast were inundated over the weekend, with pets found to have the potentially deadly paralysis tick.

Local vets are warning pet-owners that prevention is better than cure.

 

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