Anti-rabies operation on dogs on coastal farms keeps Singapore safe from virus

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SINGAPORE - On a hot Thursday morning (Nov 7), veterinary assistant Michael Stephen, 52, holds a dog steady as senior veterinarian, Dr Han Zi Yang, attempts to draw its blood.

It may sound like a regular day at a vet's office, but there is a twist: The scene is taking place on a floating fish farm off the northern coast of Singapore, and the dog is a guard dog, unused to human touch.

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