No human cases of rabies have ever been diagnosed in New Brunswick.
- Usually found in raccoons and skunks but can also cause disease in other mammals.
- First detected in New Brunswick wildlife in 2000.
- To date, a total of 64 animal cases have been diagnosed.
- Usually found in bats but can cause disease in other mammals, including humans.
- Bat strains of rabies have been present in New Brunswick for many years.
- Since 2000, a total of 7 animal cases have been diagnosed.
Animal Rabies in New Brunswick -2012