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Straight, No Chaser: Emergency Room Adventures – The Risk of Rabies

Depending on the circumstances of your life, sometimes risks are theoretical, and other times risks become occurrences…

You can’t make this stuff up. It’s another busy night in the ER, and back-to-back patients come in, not related but dealing with the same issue. 554 more words

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MASSACHUSETTS warns residents of rare but serious TICK-BORNE POWASSAN VIRUS ~ RABID WOODCHUCK report from CT.

Massachusetts 07/20/16 capecodextension.org: Media Release – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has received reports of nine cases of Powassan virus in Massachusetts residents since the beginning of 2013 . 302 more words

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Georgia Animal Vaccinations - Rabies

An animal welfare advocate and biotechnology executive, Horace Nalle works as a principal at Oriole Animal Health, LLC, an Atlanta-based firm that invests in innovative animal medicines and vaccines. 167 more words

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Fox that attacked two people in First Landing State Park tests positive for rabies

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – A fox that attacked two people and their pet dog has tested positive for rabies.

The fox was found on the beach path in First Landing State park at the 64th Street entrance on July 18. 68 more words

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Woodchuck Bite Spawns Rabies Warning

MERIDEN, Conn. (CBS Connecticut) – Public health officials in Meriden have issued a warning about rabies after a person was bit by a woodchuck that later tested positive for rabies. 287 more words

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Wildlife officials want to use drones and peanut butter to help vaccinate PRAIRIE DOGS for PLAGUE ~ GRIZZLY attacks woman near CANADIAN campground west of CALGARY ~ Child in NORTH DAKOTA infected with HANTAVIRUS ~ COLORADO​ confirms WILD RABBIT had TULAREMIA ~ RABID CAT reports from NY & TX.

Black-footed ferret pursuing prairie dog. Image courtesy U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

Montana 07/20/16 fastcoexist.com: by Adele Peters – For the endangered black-footed ferret—an adorable if vicious predator that lives in prairies—one of the biggest threats to survival is the… 921 more words

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Skunk Tested Postive for Rabies at Lackawanna State Park

NORTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP — A skunk has tested positive for rabies at the Lackawanna State Park.

Officials say the skunk wandered out of a wooded area and approached some people and a dog. 18 more words

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