Tioga Health Dept. Issues Rabies Warning


The Tioga County Health Department is reporting that they have recently confirmed cases of rabies in both wild and domesticated animals.
Residents are encouraged to make sure their animals have received the rabies vaccine. If your pet comes into contact with a wild animal that looks to be infected, report it immediately to the health department at 687-8565.
The health department says rabies is most often found in bats, skunks and raccoons.
The next rabies vaccination clinics in the county will be held on Jan. 20 at the Candor Highway Garage and on Feb. 4 at the Waverly Village Barn.

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