John Kennedy introduces PUPS Act so pets returning from abroad can quarantine for rabies in the US

Sen. John Kennedy introduced legislation that would negate previous rabies rules and allow those returning from abroad to keep their pets in the United States.

Typically, pets that have not had a rabies vaccination or have had it expire are required to get the vaccine and quarantine for 28 days before entering the U.S. It takes the rabies vaccine 28 days to immunize and protect a pet.

Kennedy’s bill, called the Permanently Uniting Pets Stateside Act, or PUPS Act, for short, would allow pets to quarantine in the U.S. for rabies and other health issues.

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