Rabies Facts Rabies is a viral disease that affects the central nervous system. Rabies can infect any warm-blooded animal. There is no cure for rabies, and it is almost always fatal. Once clinical signs occur, an infected animal usually dies within five days. The only way to test for rabies is by examination of the . . . → Read More: Rabies Facts & Prevention Tips
Rabies remains a major concern worldwide, killing more than 55,000 people every year. In the United States, one to two people die annually, and there were more than 6,000 reported cases of animal rabies in the U.S. in 2012.
World Rabies Day was officially launched in 2007, and aims to raise awareness about the . . . → Read More: World Rabies Day
August is National Immunization Awareness Month
Are you and your pet outside hiking, swimming & running all day? Please make sure your pet stays current with all their vaccinations.
Vaccinations are beneficial to your family, not just your pet. Leptospirosis and Rabies are contagious to all family members.
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In celebration of World Rabies Awareness Day, we would like to remind you that the first step to protecting your family from rabies is getting your pets vaccinated. Not only is it required by law, but it is an easy and nearly painless way to stop the spread of this deadly virus. Make sure your . . . → Read More: Rabies Awareness Day – September 28