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    A second dog's infected with babesiosis in Christchurch - after contact with New Zealand's first case, discovered last weekend

    A second dog's infected with babesiosis in Christchurch - after contact with New Zealand's first case, discovered last weekend


    It hasn't shown signs of illness from the tick-borne disease.

    The dog was involved in a tussle with the first dog - which became very sick and was euthanised at the owner's request.

    Biosecurity NZ Chief Veterinary Officer, Mary van Andel, says they will trace contacts of both dogs - but owners in and outside Christchurch shouldn't be concerned.

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