Rabies vaccinations for pets can help curb virus spread to humans

07/27/2010 | York News-Times (York, Neb.)

People may contract rabies through a bite by a rabid animal or when the saliva of an infected pet comes in contact with mucous membranes or an open wound. Pet owners are urged to have their animals vaccinated against rabies. According to this article, which cites AVMA, pet owners tend to not have their cats vaccinated, making them the most common pet infected with rabies in recent years.

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