5 Rabies Prevention Tips for Dogs

5 Rabies Prevention Tips for Dogs

By Hanie Elfenbein, DVM | Found on PetMD

Rabies is a scary viral disease that is transmitted through a bite or scratch—saliva or blood from an infected animal must pass into your dog’s bloodstream. Rabies can also be passed to dogs if infected saliva comes in contact with . . . → Read More: 5 Rabies Prevention Tips for Dogs

New Rabies Guidelines Published

New Rabies Guidelines Published

by Dr. Jennifer Coates | Featured on PetMD

Do you think rabies has nothing to do with you and your dog or cat? You’re wrong. While the disease itself is now (thankfully) quite rare in people and pets in the United States, it is still extremely important.

A new edition . . . → Read More: New Rabies Guidelines Published

New Recommendation for Rabies Quarantine

New Recommendation for Rabies Quarantine

When a dog or cat bites a person, veterinarians are part of the team of health care providers who respond. Knowledge of the pet’s rabies vaccination status is critical because that factor can determine whether the pet is euthanized, strictly quarantined for many months at the owner’s expense, or . . . → Read More: New Recommendation for Rabies Quarantine

World Rabies Day

World Rabies Day

In honor of today being World Rabies Day, we’d like to share the following information from ASPCA about Rabies. Please make sure all your pets are kept up to date with their Rabies vaccinations.

What Is Rabies?

Rabies is a virus that may affect the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, . . . → Read More: World Rabies Day

Rabies Awareness Day - September 28

Rabies Awareness Day – September 28

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 . . . → Read More: Rabies Awareness Day – September 28