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Volunteer Troy Burgess guides Emma, an Alpine goat available for adoption, during opening ceremonies at the New Moon Farm's third annual Goatalympics at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds earlier this month. LINDSEY WASSON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Volunteer Troy Burgess guides Emma, an Alpine goat available for adoption, during opening ceremonies at the New Moon Farm's third annual Goatalympics at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds earlier this month.

UPDATE - 10:34 PM
N.C. toddler a salmonella carrier after pets ate tainted dog food

Amy Hall turned 2 last month, battling a debilitating form of salmonella that, according to her parents, surfaces every two to three weeks and is expected to plague her for years to come. She got it from her family’s dogs.

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