California bill aims to modernize state code on rabies vaccinations

05/19/2010 | Orange County Register (Santa Ana, Calif.), The

A bill being considered in California would change the means to prove that a dog has been vaccinated against rabies. The bill, which is set for review by the Senate in June, seeks to modernize the state code to streamline initiatives to license area pets and reduce costs.

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