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    Default Something of concern in Texas...

    Paula, Heidi,& Buster
    & my s Maxe, Alex, Wendal, Jules & James, Patti and Ferkel

    "The greatest of all mistakes is to do nothing because you can only do a little. Do what you can."

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    Ewwww.

    ..POGO....PIXEL.....PíNUT....PEPSI

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    Wow, that is scary! I hadn't heard of that yet. It appears that dogs who are outside or in areas the bugs can get to them at night are most vulnerable (which of course leaves the Houston crew bed hogs pretty safe) but you never know. I'll be sending this to my vet to look at. Thanks!

    BTW, Texas A&M has a wonderful vet school and if they are concerned about it, it's probably a real concern.
    Patrice and the Houston Crew (aka The Three Musketeers)

    DREAM Dachshund Rescue

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    Yikes! Suddenly I don't wanna take the pups to TX. Chagas disease seems more scary than Lyme disease.

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    Good grief! I've never heard of that before. Yikes!
    Hoomom who was blessed with Jack. RIP Sweet Cynda 6/3/10, loving Lexie 9/13/13 and Jack, 3/22/16.

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