Topic: Veterinary Services Department
IPOH, Feb 22 — Veterinary Services Department (DVS) director-general Datuk Dr Quaza Nizamuddin Hassan Nizam today said rabies was not found in samples from the carcass of a dog that bit a boy in Tai...
PETALING JAYA: An animal welfare NGO has criticised a deputy minister’s proposal for a “zero stray dog” policy in the country.
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.
SEPANG: Malaysia has imposed a temporary ban on the import of pork and pork products from countries suffering an epidemic of the African Swine Fever (ASF) disease, according to Deputy Minister of Agri...
GEORGE TOWN: Following allegations of animal torture, Penang’s Chettiars have been warned not to use bulls to draw their silver chariot during the Thaipusam celebrations beginning on Sunday.
IPOH, Jan 16 — The Ipoh Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Against Animals (ISPCA) has advised pet owners to take their pets to be vaccinated against rabies following an outbreak of the disease i...
PETALING JAYA: The two people bitten by a rabid dog in Taiping on Dec 25 did not show any symptoms of rabies.
IPOH: Dog owners are barred from bringing their pets out of the Larut, Matang and Selama districts due to an outbreak of rabies in these areas, says the Veterinary Services Department.
PUTRAJAYA: No human rabies case has been recorded in Taiping since Dec 25 when two people were bitten by a rabid dog in the district, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today.
PUTRAJAYA: No human rabies case has been recorded in Taiping, Perak, since Dec 25 when two people were bitten by a rabid dog in the mukim, Health Minister Datuk Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said today.
TAIPING: Residents of Taman Seri Kota Phase 2 are worried for their safety after a recent announcement that the town has been included in a list of rabies-infected areas.
IPOH: Taiping and Bukit Gantang in Perak have been gazetted as rabies-infected areas, according to the Veterinary Services Department.
PETALING JAYA: Only canned pork-based products that have undergone high heat treatment and high pressured cooking have been allowed to be imported from China into the country since Nov 12 of this yea...