2 More Cases Of Rabies In Skunks Confirmed In Oakland CountyTwo new cases of rabies in skunks have been confirmed by Oakland County health officials.
Officials: Skunk With Rabies Confirmed In Oakland CountyMichigan health officials have confirmed a skunk was found with rabies in Oakland County.
Surge in Michigan Animals With RabiesThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is seeing an uptick in bats testing positive for rabies, they have announced and they are urging families to take precautions.
Rabies Found In Stray Kitten In Oakland CountyThis is the first confirmed rabies incident -- besides in bats -- in Oakland County since 2012.
Big Brown Bat Is First Confirmed Case Of Rabies This YearBig brown bats can be found in a variety of settings - from barns in rural areas to homes in the big city.
Exotic Animal Spotted Roaming Is EuthanizedThe white-nosed coati was euthanized last week at the direction of the Macomb County Health Department to test for rabies ...
Dip In Cases Of Rabies But State Cautions To Remain Vigilant, CautiousIf a person is bitten by an animal they should wash the wound immediately, seek medical attention, and report the bite to the local health department.
Rabid Bat Found In Detroit ParkOfficials say a bat found unable to fly in a Palmer Park has tested positive for rabies.
Vampire Bat Study May Lead To Better Rabies Control StrategiesA new study of rabies in vampire bats in Peru has found that culling bats -- a common rabies control strategy -- does not reduce rates of rabies exposure in bat colonies, and may even be counterproductive. The findings may eventually help public officials in Peru develop more effective methods for preventing rabies infections in humans and livestock.
4 Rabid Skunks Identified In Ann ArborHealth officials in Washtenaw County report that four skunks have tested positive for rabies this year within the city of Ann Arbor.
All About Animals Rescue Offers Free Vaccines For Wayne County Pet OwnersAre you a Wayne County resident who can't afford vaccinations for your pet? A local rescue has received a grant to provide rabies and distemper shots for free.