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This is it: Giving Tuesday. #givingtuesday Start the season of giving by showing the world what generosity looks like. Help animals who have no one to keep them safe. Around the world, millions of street dogs wander the streets without protection...

Happy World Rabies Day! Please vaccinate your pets - help stop a zombie apocalypse. http://petsweekly.com/en/all-about-dogs/dog-health/748-world-rabies-day-and-stopping-the-zombie-apocalypse

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September is Rabies Awareness Month [Infographic] - Rabies kills 55,000 people needlessly each year, half of which are children under the age of 15. World Rabies Day is Sept. 28th, please help by caring & sharing.

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World Rabies Day All pet dogs and cats in South Africa should be vaccinated annually against this dangerous, dreaded disease. As World Rabies Day is all about awareness, we would also like to encourage you to tell all your friends and family to do the same. Your pets can be vaccinated through the state... http://www.vet-portshepstone.co.za/world-rabies-day/

What is Mission Rabies? In September 2013, we aim to vaccinate 50,000 dogs in 30 days. And that's just the beginning. Mission Rabies will travel across India with the world's most high-tech, all-terrain mobile veterinary hospital, vaccinating 50,000 dogs in just 30 days, in 10 rabies hotspots. But that's just the start. The truck will continue travelling around India running surgical training courses and teaching vets the skills required to run neutering and vaccine campaigns. Article link.

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#WorldRabisDay is coming make sure you have #vaccinated your #dog to fight against the problem. http://blog.genericfrontlineplus.com/need-of-vaccination-for-dog-and-cat/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=world-rabies-day-image&utm_term=world-rabies-day&utm_campaign=september-smo

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from IFAW - International Fund for Animal Welfare

On World Rabies Day, the choice to end rabies is yours and mine

Rabies is seriously scary. Occurring in more than 150 countries and territories, this fatal disease causes the death of tens of thousands of people every year (WHO,