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New Mexico Department of Health: Cats and Dogs Contracting the Plague


“SANTA FE (KRQE) – Two dogs in Santa Fe County and a cat near Abiquiú in Rio Arriba County have been confirmed to have plague, the New Mexico Department of Health reported Wednesday.

NMDOH released this statement:

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Scientific Laboratory Division confirmed plague this week in a dog that lives in Santa Fe County, just east of the Santa Fe city limits. Other confirmed animal plague cases include a dog from Santa Fe County just west of the Santa Fe city limits and a cat from Rio Arriba County near Abiquiú.

The cases are the first in New Mexico in 2011. All cases have recovered and no human plague cases have been confirmed.”  Read more.

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