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7 Pa. Code § 16.24. Wild animal bites.

§ 16.24. Wild animal bites.

 Wild animals suspected of having rabies, including, but not limited to, bats, foxes, skunks, raccoons and rodents, whether free-living or confined by humans, which have bitten, scratched or exposed humans or domestic animals to saliva shall be humanely euthanatized and subjected to an official rabies test.



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