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Bull in Weld County Has Died From Rabies

We've always vaccinated our dogs for rabies. It's the law to license dogs in Larimer County.  But this year I also vaccinated all 4 of my precious horses as well. The rabies virus infects the central nervous system, ultimately causing disease in the brain and death

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Two Rabid Skunks Found in Greeley

You might want to make sure your pets are up on all their shots, because it looks like rabies could be going around in northern Colorado, namely in the Greeley area.

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Rabid Fox Found in Berthoud – First in Larimer County

The Larimer County Department of Health has reported for the first time that a fox in Larimer County has been confirmed to have rabies. The fox had gotten into a fight with a pet dog in Berthoud.

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Brighton Skunk Tests Positive for Rabies

A rabid skunk found in Brighton has prompted health officials to encourage
rabies vaccinations for pets and livestock. The rabies virus it is nearly always
fatal. The Denver Post has more information and preventative tips.We can also
go to  Tri County Health Department's website for more details. The good news
is we get to see this ad

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More Skunk Rabies Reported In Weld County

Earlier this week it was reported that a skunk found close to the foothills west of Fort Collins had tested positive for rabies. It was the first time this type of rabies had been confirmed in a populated area of Larimer County. Now the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment has reported that two skunks have tested positive for rabies in neighboring Weld County. 

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Rabies Confirmed in Skunk in West Fort Collins Area

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment announced yesterday that a skunk found close to the foothills west of Fort Collins tested positive for rabies. The skunk was tested both locally and by the CDC in Atlanta and confirmed to have the skunk variant of rabies, the first time this type of rabies has been confirmed in a populated area of Larimer County.

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