10 Ways to Keep your Family and Pets Safe from Rabies

Avoid Leaving Food in the Open

It is not unheard of for animal lovers to leave out food for outdoor animals, especially outdoor neighbourhood cats. However, doing so can make your animals a target for wild animals that may be infected with rabies. For instance, imagine what a rabid raccoon might do to you dog if he thinks that they are trying to eat the food that you left out. Therefore, as tempting as it might be, never feed stray animals or leave food out for them since doing so puts you and everyone else in your household at risk.

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