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Pets can also be a source of salmonella infection. Most reptiles carry salmonella in their gut without showing any signs of being ill, and can contaminate their surroundings and pass the infection to humans. Dogs, cats and rodents can sometimes become infected. A person infected with Salmonella can pass a large number of the bacteria in the faeces.
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