Frisco Animal Services Issues Alert After Bat Tests Positive For RabiesFrisco Animal Services issued an alert Friday after a bat tested positive for rabies earlier this week, officials said.
Garland Is 3rd North Texas City In 6 Weeks To Report Rabid Bat: 'We Believe Human Exposure Occurred'The animal was captured near the 700 block of Maple Glen Drive on Thursday, Sept. 10.
Rabid Bat Tests Positive For Rabies After Coming In Contact With Plano ResidentThe bat was ill and died before Animal Services could pick it up. Due to the nature of the situation, the animal was tested and subsequently found to be rabid.
Garland Health Issues Public Health Notice After Rabid Bat FoundThe Garland Health Department confirmed a rabid bat has been found in the city.
Bat Tests Positive For Rabies In FriscoSomeone found the bat on the ground in the Preston Manor subdivision, near Preston and Main around 2:00 p.m. Wednesday.
Cow At San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo Had RabiesThe Texas Department of State Health Services said Saturday that people who visited the barn from Feb. 11 through Feb. 14 may need to be assessed for the virus.
Puppy At North Texas Animal Shelter Tests Positive For RabiesTexas health officials say a 6-month-old puppy at an animal shelter in Stephenville has tested positive for rabies.
Rabid Bat Found At Fort Worth Water GardensA bat found in the water at the Fort Worth Water Gardens on Monday, July 15 has tested positive for rabies, Tarrant County Public Health said on Wednesday.
Police Still Searching For Dog That Attacked 8 Children At Bus Stop In TerrellA pit bull attacked eight children at a bus stop in Terrell nearly two weeks ago, and authorities are still searching for the animal and its owner, police say.
DFW Airport Not Required To Follow Local Rules On Reporting Dog BitesSince 2014, CBS 11 uncovered nine cases involving dog bites at DFW Airport. Only half of those reports make any mention of animal control.
Two More Bats Test Positive For Rabies In DallasResidents reported the bats to Dallas Animal Services (DAS) on Sept. 1 near the Dallas Arboretum and Oak Cliff.