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Clayton County Humane Society Staff Member Haley Shackelford checks the fur of “Sisco,” one of the dogs housed at the group’s shelter, for signs of flea or tick bites. Officials with the group said fleas and ticks are particularly prevalent in the spring.

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Spring brings threats for pets

Humane Society officials urge vigilance, care

Spring is upon us, and with the blooming flowers and warmer temperatures come several threats — from parasitic to environmental — that can put a pet’s life in jeopardy, according to officials with the Clayton County Humane Society.


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