Rabies What kids need to know
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Rabies: What kids need to know! Developed in cooperation with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
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What is Rabies? Rabies is a dangerous disease caused by a virus Around the world, rabies kills 50,000 people and millions of animals each year
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Any mammal can get rabies Raccoons, skunks, foxes and bats Dogs, cats, cattle and ferrets Humans
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How do you get rabies? People and animals get rabies if they are bitten or scratched by an animal that already has rabies Rabies is carried in the saliva of an animal with rabies
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How does rabies make you sick? Once inside the body, the virus travels along the nerves to the spinal cord and brain
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If a person or animal gets rabies, they will almost always die from it
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Mammals that can give you rabies
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Cats-especially stray and unvaccinated
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Dogs-especially stray and unvaccinated
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Ferrets Many people have ferrets as pets They should be vaccinated for rabies
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Mammals that are LESS likely to give you rabies
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Animals that CANNOT give you rabies
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How do you tell if an animal has rabies? Some animals may act very mean have problems walking drool BUT………………………………………
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How do you tell if an animal has rabies? ….it’s important to remember that you can’t tell if an animal has rabies just by the way it’s acting Animals that appear healthy may have rabies
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Rabies in Virginia About 500 animals per year are diagnosed with rabies in Virginia Raccoons, foxes and skunks are most commonly diagnosed Animals like bats, cats, cows, horses and dogs are also diagnosed
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The best way to prevent rabies (in pets and in people) is to make sure your pets are vaccinated against rabies!!
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Can rabies be prevented? YES!!!!!!!! Vaccinate your pets Stay away from stray animals Appreciate wildlife from a distance
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Can rabies be prevented? YES!!!!!!!! If you are bitten or scratched by an animal: Tell an adult immediately Wash the wound out with soap and water Call your doctor right away
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Protect yourself and your pets Have your veterinarian vaccinate your dog, cat, or ferret If your pet is bitten by another animal, tell an adult and call your veterinarian right away Keep your pets from straying far away from your house
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Protect yourself and your pets Help keep wildlife that can give you rabies away from your home by: Keeping lids on trash cans Storing pet food either inside your house or in closed containers outside Feeding your pets inside or bringing their bowls in at night
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Protect yourself and others Never touch a stray or wild animal Always ask permission to touch someone else’s pet Tell an adult if you see a wild or stray animal acting strangely Call an animal control officer if you find a sick or hurt animal
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Protect yourself and others If you are bitten or scratched by an animal: Tell an adult immediately Wash the wound out with soap and water Call your doctor right away
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Rabies Quiz ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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Which of these animals can give you rabies?
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Rabbits? (this one is tricky)
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Rabbits? (this one is tricky) YES!
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True or False? Rabies is caused by a virus
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True or False? Rabies is caused by a virus TRUE!
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True or False? A bite from a snake can give you rabies
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True or False? A bite from a snake can give you rabies FALSE
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True or False The rabies virus affects the brain and spinal cord
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True or False The rabies virus affects the brain and spinal cord TRUE!
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True or False? If you are bitten by an animal, you should clean the wound right away
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True or False? If you are bitten by an animal, you should clean the wound right away TRUE!
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True or False? People can get rabies from the saliva of an animal with rabies
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True or False? People can get rabies from the saliva of an animal with rabies TRUE!
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True or False? You can always tell, just by looking, if an animal has rabies
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True or False? You can always tell, just by looking, if an animal has rabies FALSE
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A. Never touch stray or wild animals B. Ask your veterinarian to vaccinate your pets C. Tell an adult if you see a wild or stray animal acting strangely D. Keep lids on your trash cans The best way to protect yourself from rabies is:
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The best way to protect yourself from rabies is: ALL OF THE ABOVE!
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Learn more about Rabies www.cdc.gov Kids Against Rabies page www.vdh.virginia.gov
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