02 March 2011
Rabies, dogs and people
Rabies, which is found more often in dogs than cats, can be spread when any rabid animals bite humans. Once symptoms appear, rabies is always fatal to both animals and humans.
There has been another outbreak of rabies in Lenasia, Johannesburg. Here's what everyone needs to know about this infection.
Who is at risk?
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