New Jersey Town Issues Alert After Raccoon Tests Positive For RabiesA raccoon trapped in Middlesex County, New Jersey last week has tested positive for rabies.
Rabid Raccoon Found On Long IslandThe raccoon was collected earlier this week by a wildlife trapper in Hicksville and was sent to the state Health Department for testing.
Wildlife Officials: North Jersey Coyote Found Dead In TrapAn aggressive coyote that was recently shot and wounded by police in northern New Jersey has been found dead in a trap.
Rockland County Animal Control Officer Tests Positive For Rabies After Raccoon BitePat Coleman, who works for the Clarkstown police department, was bitten on the left leg Tuesday near Maple Avenue in New City.
Pet Owners On High Alert After Coyote Attack In Darien, Conn.A recent coyote attack involving a dog in Darien, Conn., has pet owners on alert.
Officials: Coyote In Attack On Saddle River Man Tests Positive For RabiesAnyone who encounters suspicious wildlife should report it immediately to the Saddle River Police Department, officials said.
CDC: 5 Things You May Not Know About RabiesHere are five things you may or may not know about the rabies virus, courtesy of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
Skunk Tests Positive For Rabies In Rockland CountyA skunk in Clarkstown has tested positive for rabies after coming into contact with a dog belonging to an area resident, Rockland County health officials said Wednesday.
Animal Control Warns Pet Owners To Watch Out For Wild Animals After Rabid Critter Attacks Dog In Clifton, NJClifton Animal Control is issuing a warning for pet owners to watch out for wild animals after discovering two rabbit critters, one of which attacked a dog.
Officials: Bear That Killed Rutgers Student In Passaic County Wasn't RabidA bear that attacked and killed a Rutgers University student in Passaic County did not have rabies, New Jersey state wildlife officials said Tuesday.
Westchester Residents Encouraged To Trap Bats Found In Homes For TestingWestchester County health officials are warning residents about the possibility of rabid bats.
NJ Animal Control Officers Concerned By Spike In Rabies CasesAn alarming spike in rabies has caused concern in part of New Jersey and officials want to get the word out.