Canine Vaccine Hesitancy Can Put Your Dog — and You — at Serious Risk

When you forgo vaccines for your pet, disease can spread more easily through the canine and human populations.


In developing countries where vaccination against rabies is not readily available for dogs, thousands of people die of rabies every year because the disease can be transmitted from canines to humans. In the U.S., only a handful of people contract rabies from their dogs each year. But that could change.

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