Bait Containing Vaccine Being Used to Prevent Dog Strain of Rabies at SPI
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND – Officials at South Padre Island are trying to prevent the dog strain of rabies.
Crews are trying to attract coyotes by using bait which contains a vaccine for rabies.
The bait is being placed in non-populated areas.
Those who see the bait are asked to leave it alone.
The city says they haven’t had a case in five years but are using the bait as a precaution.
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