While we wait for the 2015 bills to be published, here is some possible good news. The AVMA reports on a new study about whether or not pets who are past due on their rabies vaccination need to be euthanized or quarantined after exposure to a rabid animal. From the article:

The study shows that pets whose rabies vaccination was considered out-of-date at the time of exposure to a rabid animal responded well after receiving an immediate rabies booster and did not develop any signs of the illness.

Possible good news about rabies exposure
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