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"Rabies is a virus that's spread through saliva in animal bites or scratches into mucus membranes. So it has to go from the saliva of the affected animal through a wound or the mucus membrane of a non–infected animal," Dr. Amanda Bruce, Veterinarian at PetCare of Duluth explained.

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