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Posted on: September 18, 2014

[ARCHIVED] September 28th is World Rabies Day

Young Woman and Dog

In many parts of the world, fear of rabies pitches people against dogs leading to exclusion, cruelty and culling. This approach is ineffective and expensive. Dog vaccination stops canine rabies at its source, saving people’s lives and protecting dogs. This World Rabies Day, celebrate the protective bond between people and their animals with Me and My Dog #TogetherAgainstRabies. People are encouraged to post pictures of themselves with their dogs using the hash tag #togetheragainstrabies on facebook and twitter. For more information about posting a picture go to Me and My Dog at the link below.

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