More than 1,500 coyotes reside throughout Cook County. While they are very unlikely to attack humans, it is important to take precautions to ensure the safety of residents and their pets. Cook County’s Animal and Rabies Control offers the following... Read more
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With potentially accumulating snowfall followed by the season’s coldest temperatures, Cook County’s Animal and Rabies Control offers the following tips to keep pets safe and healthy during the winter months.Bring all pets indoors: All dogs and... Read more
Cook County Animal and Rabies Control (CCARC) is now accepting applications for its Housing Cook County’s Animals grant program. Housing Cook County’s Animals is an $8 million program that covers the costs of planning and construction of animal... Read more
Cook County's Animal and Rabies Control today released an interactive map of locations where rabid bats were found in Cook County this year. The Halloween-themed map is designed to raise awareness about rabies prevention.“It’s important to remember... Read more
Cook County Animal and Rabies Control reminds residents to take advantage of low-cost rabies vaccines and free microchips before clinics conclude at the end of August. The four remaining clinics are all open 10 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. at the following... Read more