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Health Department warns about rabies

Posted on April 24, 2018 at 4:08 pm

The Osceola County Health Department is warning residents about rabies. Wild animals usually contract rabies in Florida. Bats and raccoons are most commonly infected, but bobcats, skunks, otters, rodents, panthers and foxes have also been identified as having rabies. Reports of rabid domestic animals include: dogs, cats, horses,...
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