In York County, South Carolina, a horse began exhibiting unusual signs of aggression. Originally the horse was being treated for lameness, but when it became aggressive, the horse was killed and found to test positive for rabies. The horse’s two caregivers were told to seek treatment for rabies contact.
In South Carolina horses are not required to have rabies vaccines. State officials urge the public to vaccinate their animals for rabies and to be on the lookout for any sudden changes in behavior or temperament.
Original Story: The State
Author: Dale Williams <-- Become my friend on Facebook! - Phone: 724-964-6773
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