Medicine: Dogs

In Pittsburgh, Mrs. Celia Freedel's 7-month-old pup bit Mrs. Freedel and her daughter Miss Anna Freedel; also their neighbors, Mrs. Rebecca Labowitz and Mr. Charles Rice. That made Mrs. Freedel think the young dog was sick. So she took it to the Animal Rescue League, whose veterinarians diagnosed the ailment as dumb rabies, the variety in which the sick beast remains quiet and sullen until an overcurious human pokes at it. This dog died; the four rabies victims are receiving Pasteur treatment, and Pittsburgh has a "mad dog" scare.*

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