Two rabid dogs, rabid fox spotted on Golan Heights

October 12, 2007 21:17


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Two rabid dogs and a rabid fox have been spotted recently in the northern Golan Heights, the Health Ministry reported Friday evening. The animals - described as a young male fox, a medium-sized white dog, and a black dog with white paws, have been seen near Banias, She'ar Yeshuv, Neveh Ativ, and Majdal Shams. According to Army Radio, a number of people have already been bitten and received medical treatment. The Health Ministry has advised anyone who thinks he or she might have come in contact with any of the animals this past month to go to a hospital and be checked for rabies.

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