Friday, April 10, 2009

Rabie Case in Hyde County Apirl 8th 2009

Hyde County Animal control has reported the first case of Rabies this year in Hyde County.

 According to Animal Control Officer, JM Eakes, a Jack Russell terrier was attached and killed on April the 8th 2009 around 7am by a raccoon. The raccoon was sent for testing and conformation of Rabies was received on April the 9th 2009.

Hyde County North Carolina includes the following cities & towns:
Hyde County Animal Shelter

Engelhard
Fairfield
Scranton
Ocracoke Island
Swan Quarter
as well as smaller unincorporated areas.

Please check your pets vaccination certificates today.
Rabies vaccinations are available upon request at the

Hyde County Animal shelter
9300 North Lake Road 
Fairfield, NC
252-542-0807



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