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What is rabies?
Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus. The virus is found in the saliva of a rabid animal and is transmitted by a bite, or possibly by saliva contamination of an open cut or the eyes. Left untreated, rabies attacks the nervous system and causes death.
How long does the rabies virus live?
What animals get rabies?
Do birds, snakes or insects get rabies?
What are the symptoms of rabies in an animal?
How can I protect my pets?
What type of veterinary vaccines available for pet vaccination?
What should I do if my pet has bitten someone?
What should I do if my pet has been bitten by a potentially rabid animal?
How can rabies be prevented?
What is the earliest age I can begin to have my dog or cat vaccinated against rabies?
How long are rabies shots (vaccinations) for my dog or cat good?
What other animals can be vaccinated against rabies?
What should I do if my dog, cat or farm animal has been exposed to a wild animal that I think may have rabies?