New study examines origins of toxic bacteria that killed 2 dogs at Halifax-area lake

New study examines origins of toxic bacteria that killed 2 dogs at Halifax-area lake

Researchers investigating what led to the deadly poisoning of two dogs at a Halifax-area lake three years ago believe the pair likely ate pieces of toxic bacteria that originated in a nearby stream bed and later washed up on the shoreline.

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