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Domestic animal contracts rabies in rural southern Saskatchewan
Regina and Weyburn Public Health have been notified that a Regina dog contracted rabies after an extended stay in a rural area near Weyburn.
Public Health investigates all possible rabies cases and Regina and Weyburn Public Health are investigating this case.
There is no reason for concern for people or other domestic animals in either Regina or Weyburn due to contact with this particular dog.
We urge the public to continue to be aware of signs of rabies; please visit our website for more information at www.rqhealth.ca/rabiesinfo. All domestic cats and dogs should be vaccinated against rabies as a precaution.
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| Lisa Thomson
Media Relations Consultant
Communications - Regina