Expose the truth about rabies

September 2011
Firstline;Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p32
The article discusses the risk of rabies to pets and pet owners. According to the article, just because rabies are not common in the U.S. it does not mean that it does not exist. Data indicate that there are roughly 7,000 cases of animal rabies reported in the U.S. every year so it is important to educate pet owners about the need for vaccination. The article also offers tips on how to prevent the spread of the disease.


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