Mon Aug 15, 2022

Positive rabies case confirmed in Evergreen

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Rabies is most commonly found in raccoons; however, the rabies virus can infect foxes, dogs, cats and ferrets, according to a news release from Columbus County Sheriff’s Office Animal Protective Services.

Columbus County Animal Protective Services is encouraging people to get their pets vaccinated for rabies after a rabid fox was discovered earlier this week.

Animal Protective Services received notification of a possible rabies case in the 10000 block of Old U.S. 74 on Wednesday.

“The animal, a fox, was dispatched for

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