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Avoid direct human and domestic animal contact with wild animals.
Have your veterinarian vaccinate pets and at-risk livestock, make sure you
follow your veterinarian's instructions for revaccination.
Do not allow your pets to run free. Follow leash laws by keeping pets and
livestock secured on your property.
Never feed wild or stray animals-avoid attracting them with outdoors food
sources (like uncooked trash). Feed your pets indoors.
If your animal is attacked by a wild, stray or unvaccinated animal, DO
NOT examine your pet for injuries without wearing gloves. DO wash
your pet with soap and water to remove saliva from the attacking animal.
DO NOT let your animal come into contact with other animals or people
until the situation can be handled by animal control or county health
Educate the public to reduce contact with stray and feral animals.
Support animal control in efforts to reduce feral and stray animal
Provided pre-exposure prophylaxis for people in high-risk professions, such
as animal control and veterinary personnel, laboratory workers, and those
working with wildlife.