Veterinary Public Health Program
313 N Figueroa St. Rm 1127
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tel (213) 989-7060
Tel: (877) 747-2243
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Rabies Map 2018
Did you know?
Rabid bats are found
every year in Los Angeles County.
So far in 2018, nine rabid bats have been found
here. Seven were found
outdoors at private homes, one was found at a
business, and one was found in
April. Bat found alive in the morning on a
driveway, near resident's car.
Castaic. May. Bat found
dead on front lawn of a home.
May. Bat found alive in front of an apartment
Los Angeles (Woodland
Hills). May. Bat found crawling across a
Flintridge. June. Bat found
at a public
Castaic. June. Bat found
alive in a
backyard near the back door of a home. Two
dogs may have access to bat. Their rabies
vaccinations were boostered and they were
quarantined and home and monitored for signs
Castaic. June. Bat
found dead on a front porch.
Santa Clarita (Newhall). June. Bat
found alive in driveway by car, and later
found clinging to side of home.
Calabasas. June. Baby
bat fell out of roost in side of building.
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