What is rabies? Rabies is a viral disease that can be prevented. The virus attacks the central nervous system.

How does it spread? The virus spreads from the saliva of an animal carrying the virus when it enters a sctrached surface or a cut.

Animals that can carry rabies? There are several types of animals that can carry rabies. It may be: dogs, cats, foxes, bats, skunks or raccoons.

Signs to recognize rabies in humans. The symptoms change depending on the phase of the condition. Common symptoms are: - Fever, - Fatigue, - Vomiting, - Muscle pain, - Pain/Inflammation

Treatment of rabies. The treatment includes: Cleaning the wound gently and thororughly, - Series of shots that prevent the virus from causing rabies, -Antibody treatment