A wild bat has tested positive for rabies. It was found at the Pueblo Zoo.
It was discovered in front of the vulture stork pen. The Health Department is concerned people may have come in contact with it.
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Another skunk has tested positive for rabies in Pueblo County -- the 7th this year.
This animal was found near Gale Road and 25th Lane. It had not had contact with humans or pets.
"There is potential for a rabid skunk to infect an unvaccinated dog or cat,... more »
Another rabid skunk has been found in Pueblo, this time on the porch of a home in Pueblo County near 28th Lane and Gale Road.
This is the sixth skunk to test positive for rabies in Pueblo County this year. The skunk was not known to have contact with... more »
A skunk has tested positive for rabies in Pueblo, this time in the Belmont neighborhood.
This is the second rabid skunk to be identified in Pueblo in the past month. The first skunk was on the far southside of the city.
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The El Paso County Health Department has finally found the two people who dropped off a rabid bat at the Pikes Peak Humane Society on Aug. 15. Their health is being evaluated.
"We are relieved that we are able to conduct a proper investigation of this situation," said Marigny... more »
A fox in the Woodmoor neighborhood in northern El Paso County tested positive for rabies according to the El Paso County Department of Health and Environment.
This is the second rabid fox in El Paso County to be reported in 2010.
Through June 8, 57 animals in Colorado... more »
A rabid horse was euthanized at a veterinary clinic in Peyton, in eastern El Paso County. Both the El Paso County Health Department and the Colorado Department of Agriculture confirm the case of rabies. "Rabies infection in horses is rare," said Public Health Director Kandi Buckland, R.N., M.P.A. "We anticipate... more »
Six rabid skunks have been found in El Paso County this summer, the first such discoveries since 1970. The county Department of Health and Environment reported the three latest cases on Monday. Statewide, 26 rabid skunks have been reported so far this year. Only 18 total were reported in Colorado... more »