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Kerr Co Rabies case #9

Case #9 in Kerr County, rabies that is. And it’s another skunk that tested positive. A resident reported a skunk that appeared to be ill in their backyard on Indian Oaks last Tuesday. On Friday, the specimen sent to the lab was confirmed as positive. The resident’s dog did come in contact with the rabid skunk. Texas law says the animal must be euthanized or follow rabies protocol. Protocol requires isolation and rabies vaccines based on the pet’s vaccination status. Contact Kerr County Animal Services for information

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