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Brick Township Residents on Alert after Rabid Racoon Discovered

Brick police are warning residents to be on alert, especially those with small children and pets, after a rabid racoon was discovered last week in the Birchwood Park section of the Township on Redwood Drive.

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Raccoon, by Sam Greeenwood, Getty Images
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Rabid Raccoon Trapped in Monmouth’s Ocean Township

A raccoon caught in an Ocean Township apartment complex becomes the community's first confirmed rabies case this year.

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Preparing a vaccination injection (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)
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Third Case of Rabies Reported in Atlantic County

A third case of rabies has been reported in Egg Harbor Township.

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Fox That Attacked Lakewood Girl Was Rabid [AUDIO]

A fox that attacked a four-year-old girl in Lakewood on Saturday night has tested positive for rabies.

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Three New Rabies Cases in Lacey Township

Three feral animals infected with rabies in Lacey Township raise seasonal red flags for home and pet owners, parents and children in Ocean County.

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Flickr User Kristine Paulus
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State Officials Say There Is No Rabid Bat Epidemic [AUDIO]

Six cases of rabid bats in Middlesex County this year have some residents on edge. But the State Veterinarian says the numbers are not a cause for undue alarm.

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Ten Animals With Rabies Found in Ocean County

This year, already ten animals carrying the rabies virus have been caught in Ocean County—on pace to surpass last year’s numbers.

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Raccoon, by Sam Greeenwood, Getty Images
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Living with the Reality of Rabies

 

Rabies cases remain stable for a fifth year in a row in New Jersey. State Health Officials report a total of 293 confirmed cases for 2011. However, that doesn't mean residents should let their guards down around animals.

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