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With Sept. 28 being World Rabies Day, we wanted to give you some facts why all dogs should still be vaccinated against rabies.
Rabies is a viral disease that is transmitted from saliva from one
infected mammal to another. The symptoms may appear a few days after the bite
or take as long as 12 weeks.
The symptoms appear flu-like and may include the following:
Here are some other pertinent facts about the disease itself:
In many cases, testing an animal for rabies may not be possible. If you have been bitten by a wild animal, seek medical treatment immediately. A fast acting shot of rabies immune globulin will immediately be given in addition to a series of rabies vaccines to train your body to fight the virus whenever it finds it.
For a list of rabies laws is your state, click here