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Topic: Department of Veterinary Services

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KUCHING, March 14 — The Pakatan Harapan federal government has contributed RM9.3 million for the ongoing anti-rabies operation in Sarawak, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas...
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IPOH: The Larut Matang and Selama District Health Office has assured that the boy who was bitten by a dog Thursday will receive a complete dose of rabies vaccination, with the fourth dose scheduled fo...
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IPOH, Feb 10 — The Larut Matang and Selama District Health Office has assured that the boy who was bitten by a dog Thursday will receive a complete dose of rabies vaccination, with the fourth dose s...
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IPOH (Jan 31): The Health Ministry is recommending that a zero stray dog policy be implemented at all rabies gazetted areas in efforts to control the disease from spreading.
Free Malaysia Today:
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IPOH: The health ministry is recommending that a “zero stray dog” policy be implemented at all rabies-gazetted areas to control the disease from spreading.
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PUTRAJAYA: Three districts near Taiping will be monitored for rabies, in an extra measure by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) to ensure the disease is controlled.
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KUCHING: Sarawak, which has allocated RM22.8 million this year in the fight against rabies, is working closely with the federal government to curb the disease in the state, deputy chief minister Amar...
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PETALING JAYA: Tengku Permaisuri Selangor Tengku Permaisuri Norashikin has urged the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) and the local councils in the country to educate the public on responsible pet ownership.
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SHAH ALAM, Jan 18 ― Tengku Permaisuri Selangor, Tengku Permaisuri Norashikin, said she was relieved and satisfied with the Selayang Sessions Court decision to jail the individual who caused the deat...
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PETALING JAYA: Local pork and pork-related products are safe for consumption, said the Federation of Livestock Farmers’ Associations of Malaysia.