Features October 2011 Issue

Rabies Challenge Fund Studies are in Year Four

Progress is being made in the quest to reduce the frequency of legally required rabies vaccinations, but contributions are needed.

Rabies is nearly always fatal to the animals (including humans) who become infected with the disease. That’s why vaccinating our dogs against this deadly virus is required by state law – in order to protect public health, by preventing transmission of this disease from infected wildlife to our pets and to us. Each states requires that dogs and cats be vaccinated for rabies every one, two, or three years.

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