Celebrate World Rabies Day

Miller, Ciera
September 2015
Firstline;Sep2015, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p5
The article offers tips from the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) on how to celebrate World Rabies Day on September 28, 2015 as well as how to encourage pet owners to participate, including posting articles about rabies and hosting a rabies vaccination clinic.


Related Articles

  • Rabies 101. Oliver, Adam // Firstline;Jul2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p8 

    The article offers facts to reinforce the value of rabies vaccinations and educate pet owners about safety issues and discusses bats, foxes and skunks as common carriers of the rabies virus and the need to be updated on rabies vaccines as a protection.

  • If rabies comes to Britain. Harris, Stephen // New Scientist;10/20/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1739, p20 

    Discusses the possibility that foxes living in a particular area might have to be killed to prevent the spread of rabies in Great Britain. Vaccination of foxes by biologists in continental Europe to halt the spread; Reasons why vaccinations might not work in Great Britain; Prediction that...

  • Compendium of Animal Rabies Control, 1999 National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, Inc.(*).  // MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;4/02/1999 Supplement RR-3, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p1 

    Provides information on rabies control in the United States. Vaccine administration; Vaccine selection; Route of inoculation; Vaccination of wildlife and hybrid animals; Accidental innoculation; Identification of vaccinated animals; Principles of rabies control; Control methods in domesticated...

  • Maine DVMs battle vaccination backlash. Fiala, Jennifer // DVM: The Newsmagazine of Veterinary Medicine;Jun2004, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p17 

    Maine veterinarians are working to resolve a regulatory discrepancy that forces owners to abide by biennial rabies vaccine protocols and creates bad publicity for the profession. The inconsistency stems from licensure laws that due to a mandated renewal schedule, call for inoculation every two...

  • Rabies Alert.  // Lakelander (Whitney, TX);8/2/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 31, p9 

    The article offers recommendations for pet owners regarding pet vaccination. It states that pets must be vaccinated against rabies by four-months of age, 12 months later and every one to three years. Areas in which animals may become exposed to rabies include urban, suburban and rural settings.

  • Elimination of human rabies in a canine endemic province in Thailand: five-year programme. Kamoltham, T.; Singhsa, J.; Promsaranee, U.; Sonthon, P.; Mathean, P.; Thinyounyong, W. // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2003, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p375 

    Abstract A five-year project to prevent human deaths from rabies in Phetchabun Province, Thailand involved increasing accessibility of post-exposure treatment with the Thai Red Cross intradermal (2-2-2-0-1-1) regimen for humans exposed to potentially and confirmed rabid animals; intensifying...

  • The changing landscape of rabies epidemiology and control. Cleaveland, Sarah; Beyer, Hawthorne; Hampson, Katie; Haydon, Daniel; Lankester, Felix; Lembo, Tiziana; Meslin, Francois-Xavier; Morters, Michelle; Mtema, Zacharia; Sambo, Maganga; Townsend, Sunny // Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research;2014, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p1 

    Over the past 20 years, major progress has been made in our understanding of critical aspects of rabies epidemiology and control. This paper presents results of recent research, highlighting methodological advances that have been applied to burden of disease studies, rabies epidemiological...

  • Controlling rabies: call for an integrated approach.  // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;4/21/2007, Vol. 160 Issue 16, p536 

    The article reports on the call of Dr. Tony Fooks, head of the Rabies and Wildlife Zoonose Group, regarding rabies control, at a British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) conference in Birmingham, England. Fooks stated that animal management is the key factor to rabies control. An...

  • Prophylaxis of Human Hydrophobia in South Korea. Yang Ree Kim // Infection & Chemotherapy;Sep2014, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p143 

    Domestic human hydrophobia has not been reported since the one case of 2004 in South Korea, but still a few animal rabies occur persistently since the reemerging stage of rabies from 1993. The government has made efforts to control animal rabies in many aspects, but whether prophylactic strategy...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics