Veterinarians Pushing for Rabies Vaccinations for Livestock and Horses


“With farm animals they don’t get aggressive so much, but they can still shed the rabies in their saliva. They’ll have neurological abnormalities, they may look sick and uncomfortable, they may look like a horse with colic. And people work on them and touch their mouths and open the opportunity for themselves to be exposed to rabies,” says the director of CSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital Dean Hendrickson.