From Public Health Services, here's an animated video from the perspective of the rabies virus where the viewer will learn what rabies is, how it can spread and steps you can take to protect your family and pets.

In 2017, the animals in Ontario that were most likely to have rabies were:

#1 Raccoons (over 81 cases)

#2 Skunks (over 32 cases)

#3 Bats (over 20 cases)

#4 Cows (over 4 cases)

# 5 Red foxes and cats (at least 1 case of each)


South side of Burnhamthorpe, just East of Ponytrail

We acknowledge the traditional keepers of this land: the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations. Miigwetch.