Veterinarian urges rabies vaccinations for Va. livestock animals

01/12/2011 | WHSV-TV (Harrisonburg, Va.)

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is urging livestock owners to have their animals vaccinated against rabies after recent cases of the disease were reported among pets and wildlife in the state. Rabies vaccination cuts the risks of infection and death from the disease, which is marked by aggressive behavior, lethargy and other signs, a state veterinarian said.

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