The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) and the State Veterinarian’s Office are alerting the public that a kitten purchased from Amy’s Pet Parade pet store in Minot has tested positive for rabies....

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Public Health Officials in Pueblo confirmed a wild rabbit tested positive for tularemia in Pueblo West. The rabbit was collected in the Liberty Point neighborhood of Pueblo West on Mountainside Drive,...

The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) reported today on an outbreak of the H5N6 avian influenza virus on a poultry farm in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, the Xinhua news service...

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Natural England Tuesday confirmed that all the criteria have been met to allow the second of four years of badger culling to start in west Gloucestershire and west Somerset, to prevent the spread of...

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The confirmation of the first two cases of Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV) in horses last year has highlighted the need for greater awareness of the disease in all domestic animals. A rabies-like virus,...

To date, the number of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) premises recorded in Colorado and Texas continue to mount as the number has grown to 247. The Colorado Department of Agriculture reported on their official...

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Anthrax has been confirmed in a whitetail deer in southeastern Edwards County. This is the second confirmed case of Anthrax in Texas this year; the first in a deer. In June 2014, Texas reported a confirmed...

El Paso County Public Health Department announced finding a dead wild rabbit  near a prairie dog burrow in in Yoder. Testing on the animal revealed it had contracted and died from plague. Public health...

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FAO told ministers of health and agriculture meeting in Indonesia Wednesday that animal disease monitoring systems require sustained support and have a critical role to play in preventing human disease...

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A second rabbit has tested positive for tularemia in Mesa County. Tularemia is a bacterial disease that can affect humans and animals. Rabbits, hares and rodents are especially susceptible. Humans become...