Dr. Dunn remains stuck on stupid.
To which I respectfully say, "wrong" and "wrong."
According to the State of Texas Health & Human Services Commission, Zoonosis Division annual rabies report, Bell County had a total of 8, EIGHT, confirmed cases of rabies in 2008 - 5 cases of skunk rabies and 3 cases of bat rabies.21 Texas counties had a higher incidence of rabies than Bell County. In some counties, the incidence is considerably higher based on the prevalence of bats in the area. Harris County, for instance reported 110 confirmed cases of rabies - all bat variant.
As for Dr. Dunn's assertion that the yearly booster doesn't always "take," poppycock.
- Dr. Michel F. Aubert’s study shows that the chances of a dog or cat developing rabies in the United States that has had one rabies vaccination is less than one in eight million, (<1:8,000,000)>
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