Meeka, a Boston Terrier, is curious during his first visit to Key Biscayne’s popular Dog Beach in 2011. On Thursday, May 5, 2016, the health department issued a “no swimming” after water samples showed high levels of enterococci, a fecal bacteria known to cause illness.
Meeka, a Boston Terrier, is curious during his first visit to Key Biscayne’s popular Dog Beach in 2011. On Thursday, May 5, 2016, the health department issued a “no swimming” after water samples showed high levels of enterococci, a fecal bacteria known to cause illness. EILEEN SOLER Miami Herald File
Meeka, a Boston Terrier, is curious during his first visit to Key Biscayne’s popular Dog Beach in 2011. On Thursday, May 5, 2016, the health department issued a “no swimming” after water samples showed high levels of enterococci, a fecal bacteria known to cause illness. EILEEN SOLER Miami Herald File

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