Pet owners will soon get a break on vaccinations for their four-legged pals. On December 1, the Arkansas Department of Health announced changes to the Rabies Control Act — passed by the Arkansas Legislature — allowing veterinarians and pet owners the ability to choose whether or not to use a one-year vaccine or a three-year vaccine for the rabies virus.
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News, Pages 3 on 12/30/2009
Print Headline: Pet Owners May Have Option For Rabies Shots