Goodnight Rabies shines a light on the critters that come out at night and pose potential rabies threats to you and your pets. Click through the information below to learn more about this fatal infection and how to help protect your pets by vaccinating your dogs with IMRAB® Rabies vaccines and cats with PUREVAX® Feline Rabies vaccines.
Shine a Light on Rabies
The most common transmitters of the rabies virus in the United States are raccoons, bats, foxes and skunks1. Find the hidden animals in this game to learn more about the threat of rabies and how to help protect your pets and family.
Monroe BP, Yager P, Blanton J, et al. Rabies surveillance in the United States during 2014. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2016 Spring; 248(7): 777-788. doi: 10.2460/javma.248.7.777.
Is Rabies Lurking in Your Neighborhood?
There's a common misconception that rabid wildlife exists solely in rural parts of the country, far from the hustle and bustle of urban and suburban life. Unfortunately, the existence of rabid animals is likely closer to home – and your travel destinations – than you may think.
Use the map below to learn about the prevalence of rabies in your area. Select and de-select species by clicking on the images of animals and see how many rabies cases were reported in the U.S. during 2014.