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At the peak of the outdoor season, confirmed cases of rabies in Virginia are tracking last year's numbers. The Department of Health has recorded 184 cases for 2013, just three shy of the 187 at the same time in 2012 that included five bats, a bear and a...
Dog wardens will be canvassing homes in Allen Township and Northampton Borough in Northampton county during the week of June 10 to see that all dogs three months or older are licensed. Violators may receive a maximum fine of $300 per violation plus court...
Channel 2 NewsA 7-year-old boy sustained facial wounds Tuesday in a South Anchorage attack by a family friend’s dog, which police say had also attacked him a few years earlier. APD spokesperson Dani Myren says dispatchers were informed at 8:36 p.m. Tuesday about...
Tags: Personal Service, Vaccines, Animal Attacks
firstname.lastname@example.orgROCKAWAY BEACH, Mo. -- A man and his dog are recovering from a vicious attack from a pit bull terrier several days ago. Larry Still says he was taking his dog for an evening stroll and ended up in the emergency room. Still says a man was asking him...
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The Hartford CourantTwo Connecticut residents and nine Rhode Islanders are being treated for rabies exposure after coming in contact with a baby raccoon that tested positive for the disease. The raccoon was found on John Franklin Road in Coventry, R.I., on May 29, a release...
PARK RIVER, N.D. - Cellphone in his left hand, Dr. Nathan Kjelland talks to a client about his sick calf. "What kind of trouble?" he asks the farmer on the other end as he stands, miles away from the caller in the barn of Greg Bauer whose cows he's...
As the guardian of numerous animals, I can commend the West Hartford woman for trying to protect her dog, but why would any responsible pet owner put their pet out alone in an area where hungry bears are frequent visitors [May 30, Police Briefs, "Woman...
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A fox in Danville has tested positive for rabies. The fox was found in the Fairlawn Drive part of the city. According to the Virginia Department of Health, rabies is preventable in animals through vaccinations, but fatal to both animals and humans...
Meetings McKinney Elementary School Council — 10 a.m., Thursday. Lincoln County/Cedar Creek Planning Commission — 7 p.m. June 4 at the Lincoln County Courthouse, basement floor. Items on the agenda include: proposed text amendment to...
EllingtonThere is no need to wait until the dog days of summer to experience everything canine at Happiness is a Warm Puppy Dog Day at Ellington Farmers' Market, Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to noon. The Connecticut State Police K9 Unit will be presenting a police...
Summer health, safety tips The Department of Health offers sun and water safety tips, Lyme disease information for prevention and detection, as well as food safety recommendations designed to reduce the risk of food-borne illnesses at picnics,...
Allentown Health Bureau officials are seeking to identify two men who helped rescue a boy's pet dog being attacked by a raccoon on Thursday morning. The attack happened around 6 a.m. in the 2000 block of Fernor Street. City officials issued a news...
Tags: Government, Politics, Public Officials, Vaccines, Allentown
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