Rabies Has Many Faces

Rabies. The word conjures up chilling images from old movies: a snarling dog, foaming at the mouth, attacking anything that moves. But did you know horses are very susceptible to this disease?

Skunks, foxes, bats, and raccoons are the main wild animals that transmit rabies. These all can live in habitats bordering typical horse farms. Wild animals with rabies behave abnormally, and as horse

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