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  • Dr. Cynda Crawford was quoted in The Independent Florida Alligator¬† and in the Gainesville Sun about a quarantine in effect at Alachua County Animal Services because Streptococcus zooepidemicus, or strep zoo, and canine pneumovirus, had been found among six dogs. Crawford was also quoted in an article that appeared on WUFT News.
  • Dr. Julie Levy’s breed assessment study, which found that dogs at shelters are likely to be misidentified by shelter staff, appeared in the Orlando Sentinel, the Florida Times-Union, the St. Augustine Record and many other news outlets.



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March 2016

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