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Author Topic: Man who killed 1,000 dogs by poisoning them with drugged sausages  (Read 100 times)

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A man in Russia has just been fined the equivalent of $200 because he thought dogs were to blame for his tuberculosis.  Although very rare tb CAN be passed from dogs to humans.

Human workers at greatest risk to contract tuberculosis are :

    Animal handlers

Humans are most likely to contract infection from :

    Farm animals

My problem is the authorities allowing him to get away with the blame game.

Man who killed 1,000 dogs by poisoning them with drugged sausages in Russia says he did it out of revenge because he blames stray animals for giving him tuberculosis

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