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    Karen Lynch rescued her dogs, Mollie and Maggie, who were being attacked by a possum or a raccoon, and was bit herself. She ended up in ER to get rabies shots, but the bill was a shocker: more than $25,000.

Karen Lynch rescued her dogs, Mollie and Maggie, who were being attacked by a possum or a raccoon, and was bit herself. She ended up in ER to get rabies shots, but the bill was a shocker: more than $25,000. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Karen Lynch rescued her dogs, Mollie and Maggie, who were being attacked by a possum or a raccoon, and was bit herself. She ended up in ER to get rabies shots, but the bill was a shocker: more than $25,000. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Rabies: The shots don’t hurt much, but paying for them might

October 03, 2016 12:30 AM