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The arrival of warm weather signals more than spring.
It’s also time to make sure state residents protect themselves and their pets against rabies.
“Rabies is a threat to pets and humans, so all pet owners should have dogs, cats and ferrets vaccinated,” said Sandra Craig of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control’s (DHEC) Bureau of Environmental Health Services.
Craig said wild animals carry the disease most often, but domestic pets can contract rabies as well.
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