Certified veterinary technician Jaime Black, left, holds Norman, a German shepherd, as he gets a rabies shot from Dr. John Mazur at the Catawba Animal Clinic in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Warmer weather and a growing population have made encounters with wild animals more common, thus increasing the chances for pets and humans to contract rabies.
Certified veterinary technician Jaime Black, left, holds Norman, a German shepherd, as he gets a rabies shot from Dr. John Mazur at the Catawba Animal Clinic in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Warmer weather and a growing population have made encounters with wild animals more common, thus increasing the chances for pets and humans to contract rabies.
Certified veterinary technician Jaime Black, left, holds Norman, a German shepherd, as he gets a rabies shot from Dr. John Mazur at the Catawba Animal Clinic in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Warmer weather and a growing population have made encounters with wild animals more common, thus increasing the chances for pets and humans to contract rabies.

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