Dog Being Quarantined Due to Possible Rabies Exposure
A dog is being quarantined in Oneida County due to contact with a skunk that tested positive for rabies.
The County Health Department says the dog and skunk came into contact on Monday in the Town of Deerfield.
The skunk later tested positive for rabies. No human exposures occurred as a result.
Officials are reminding residents to keep their pets up to date on their rabies vaccinations.
The Oneida County Health Department has their next Rabies Clinic on April 9th at the Camden Firehouse from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.