Control of rabies in Jaipur, India, by the sterilisation and vaccination of neighbourhood dogs.

@article{Reece2006ControlOR,
  title={Control of rabies in Jaipur, India, by the sterilisation and vaccination of neighbourhood dogs.},
  author={John F Reece and Sunil K Chawla},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2006},
  volume={159 12},
  pages={
          379-83
        }
}
A programme to sterilise and vaccinate neighbourhood dogs against rabies was established in Jaipur, India. Neighbourhood dogs were captured humanely, sterilised surgically, vaccinated against rabies and, when they had recovered, released where they had been caught. Between November 1994 and December 2002, 24,986 dogs were treated in this way. Direct observational surveys of the local dog population indicated that 65 per cent of the females were sterilised and vaccinated, and that the population… CONTINUE READING

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