9 New Mexico residents are treated for rabies exposure

07/27/2011 | KRQE-TV (Albuquerque, N.M.)

Nine people in New Mexico are being treated for rabies exposure after an unvaccinated pet dog tested positive for the disease. The dog likely contracted rabies from an encounter with a skunk earlier this month, and a second unvaccinated dog in the home will be euthanized. Officials emphasized the need for vaccinating pets to prevent future cases, saying that the presence of one rabid skunk likely means there are more in the area.

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KRQE-TV (Albuquerque, N.M.)

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