• Public Health Reminder: Rabid Bat Alert

    One of this web site’s administrator functions is the ability to see some of the web searches that lead people here (though don’t worry – we can’t see who is behind those searches). Today, one of our guests came here in search of information on how to deal with a deceased bat,...

  • Fayette Health Dept. Issues Rabid Bat Alert

    The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department received word on Thursday morning that a bat in Lexington has tested positive for rabies. The bat was discovered in a home in the Henry Clay Boulevard/Carolyn Drive area. The health department posted signs in the area on Thursday to notify residents of the discovery. LFCHD officials...

  • Lexington Emergency Management Improves Disaster Pet Care

    AKC Pet Disaster Relief, a national program spearheaded by AKC Reunite and dedicated to keeping pets and their owners safe in the aftermath of tornadoes, floods, wildfires and other natural or civil disasters, just donated its first-ever trailer in the state of Kentucky. Members of the Lexington Kennel Club presented the trailer...

  • Preparedness Toolkit: Red Cross Pet First Aid App

    This post comes to us from our partners at the American Red Cross. You can learn more about the Red Cross by contacting our local Red Cross chapter. Your pet is an important member of your family. Unfortunately, animals are also affected by disaster, and they rely on you for help during...

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