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Canine Sentry??

   I was reading up in  Lyme Basics  this morning at  www.lymedisease.org. I lifted a paragraph that struck my mind as another usful CANINE tool for mapping Tick related illness concentrations. I feel it is a good one. Remember Your best friend has been known for years as a century for trouble to come. That article follows. " The risk of getting Lyme disease is often reflected in risk maps. Some maps show the number of human cases of Lyme disease reported for surveillance. These maps may not accurately reflect risk because only 10% of reportable Lyme cases are currently captured by CDC surveillance. Other risk maps show the number of infected ticks that researchers have collected in a certain area. These maps are often not accurate because many states and counties have done little or no testing of ticks in the area. The best maps of risk may be CANINE MAPS. This is because dogs are routinely screened for Lyme disease through a nationwide program as well as the close association of dogs with humans." www.lymedisease.org ---- Interesting Hah

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