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Why Is Rabies Something We Worry About?
News and Comment
Why Is Rabies Something We Worry About?
Rabies – the very name of this disease sparks images of slobbering biting dogs. Yet most of us have probably never seen an animal with rabies. Why is rabies something we should be worried about? What do we do to prevent…
September 28, 2021 • 34 shares
Could rabies really be eliminated?
News and Comment
Could rabies really be eliminated?
28th September is World Rabies Day 2021. So our vet blogger Ashley has been looking into the prospect of a rabies-free world. Is it possible? How could it be done? Why even should we try?…
September 27, 2021 • 18 shares
Why are vets so afraid of rabies when we have a vaccine?
Pet Travel
Why are vets so afraid of rabies when we have a vaccine?
What is rabies? Rabies is a virus that can affect all mammals including humans and dogs. It’s in the saliva of infected animals and spread mainly by bites and scratches. After a bite or scratch, the rabies virus travels…
May 24, 2021 • 2 shares
Temporary Animal Health Certificates will replace Pet Passports After Brexit. What this means for you and your pet
Newsflash
Temporary Animal Health Certificates will replace Pet Passports After Brexit. What this means for you and your pet
As I write, the UK and the EU have just confirmed one of my favourite author’s sayings - “there’s always time for another last minute…” By the time you read this, everything about the UK’s prospective trade agreements wi…
December 14, 2020 • 78 shares
Brexit and Pet Travel - URGENT Update for Pet Owners
News and Comment
Brexit and Pet Travel - URGENT Update for Pet Owners
As part of the planning process before Brexit next spring, the government has been releasing a series of “advisory” notices for businesses, professions, and the public. Today (6th November), the APHA (Animal and Plant He…
November 6, 2018 • 4394 shares • 166 comments
Do you know about World Rabies Day?
News and Comment
Do you know about World Rabies Day?
Did you know that 28th September is World Rabies Day? Sadly, this disease still exists, and claims 59,000 human lives each year, not counting the thousands of infected animals. There is, however, an umbrella organisation…
September 28, 2017 • 3 shares
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