Rabies in a camel - a case report

Ahuja, A., Bihani D. K. and Soni, Y.

A 4 year old she camel with the history of dog bite reported with the symptoms of aggressiveness and weakness of hind quarter. The clinical symptoms recorded were anorexia, foaming in mouth, change of voice along with deep bellowing, hyper excitability, switching up of tail with thrusting it on anus and frequent micturation. The animal died on third day with complete paralysis of the body. On the basis of clinical symptoms the case was diagnosed as a case of rabies.

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