Vaccinations are just as controversial for pets as they are for humans. When it comes to the rabies vaccination, however, you’ll be hard pressed to find any vets who will tell you that getting your dog vaccinated for rabies is anything but a good thing. This is accepted by the veterinarian community, as well as by the law. In order to prevent the spread of rabies, dog owners are required to have their dogs vaccinated once each year. Is your dog overdue for a rabies shot? Don’t wait – doing so may put you legally at risk if your dog contracts rabies and spreads it. Contact a veterinarian today to make an appointment for your dog.
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