Comments for: No sign of life-threatening illness in puppies after month-long quarantine at Scarborough store

Posted March 03, 2013, at 7:17 a.m.

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — A state-ordered quarantine was lifted Friday at the Little Paws pet store on Payne Road after all dogs in the store tested negative for a potentially life-threatening illness. Liam Hughes, director of the Maine Department of Agriculture Animal Welfare Program. announced in a late afternoon, two-sentence news …

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