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Lynda Vermillion holds down Wickit, owned by Sarah Tilton of Sanbornton, with hands bloodied from pulling porcupine quills out of his body. Because of the differences in human and dog blood, there is only a low risk of disease transmission and gloves are optional during most veterinary procedures.
Lynda Vermillion holds down Wickit, owned by Sarah Tilton of Sanbornton, with hands bloodied from pulling porcupine quills out of his body. Because of the differences in human and dog blood, there is only a low risk of disease transmission and gloves are optional during most veterinary procedures.
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