Flint residents not only have to worry about their families getting lead poisoning, but also their dogs. Volunteers at the Michigan State University College Of Veterinarian Medicine hosted a free lead screening event for dogs to help residents determine if their dog has been poisoned.
Well that didn't take long. Are you surprised? I mean this is coming from the same Governor that said there is nothing wrong with the Flint water and he would let his family bathe in the lead poisoned water.
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