Rabies is an insidious virus that permeates the brain and spinal cord, with no cure or treatment. All mammals, including humans and dogs, are vulnerable to this deadly disease. The only way to avoid its spread in your dog is prevention. But how do you prevent rabies in dogs?
Rabies is a terrible virus that, even nowadays, could take human lives, and at the same time, it is a disease that is very easily prevented if owners stay up to date on their dogs’ vaccination schedule. Around 59,000 people worldwide lose their life to rabies each year. As dog owners, it is our duty to try and keep this horrible illness from coming into our communities, even though rabies is not that easily transmitted. So, how can you tell if a dog has rabies?