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Sacramento, Calif. - Dogs whose lives could be endangered by a rabies vaccination may receive an exemption in California.
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. — Dogs whose lives could be endangered by a rabies vaccination may receive an exemption in California.
California Assembly Bill 258 would allow exemptions from the state's rabies vaccination requirement if a veterinarian finds that the procedure would put a dog's life at risk due to disease or other considerations. An exempt dog would be confined to the owner's premises or required to be on a leash no more than 6 feet long when off the owner's property.