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Sierra Leone's Stray Dog Population Doubles During Ebola Crisis

The Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone has sparked worries about another disease: rabies.  Many dog owners fear their pets could infect them with the Ebola virus and have abandoned them, leading to an increase in the country's stray dog population.   Rabies is endemic in Sierra Leone, which has one of the largest stray dog populations in Africa.  The situation has become worse during the Ebola crisis. Dr. Gudosh Jalloh is one of only a few veterinarians in the...

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