The first case of canine influenza H3N2 in Los Angeles
County was reported on 7.14.15.
To read more about this case and canine influenza in
general, click here.
This new virus has been causing a large outbreak in dogs
in the Midwest of the US since late winter 2015. It has
been circulating in dogs in southern China and South
Korea since 2006.
So far in 2016, eight rabid bats have been found
in Los Angeles County.
When was rabies first detected in Los Angeles County?
How many rabid animals did we have last year?
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West Nile Virus - Dead Bird Testing
In 2015, a total of 103 dead birds tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV) in Los
Angeles County. Learn more here.
Please report dead birds in Los Angeles
County to either the State of
California's West Nile Virus program at
877-968-2473 or to our program at 213-989-7060.
Watch this video to learn more about dead
Pets and Ebola
At this time, there have been no reports of illness in
dogs or cats, even in the areas in Africa where Ebola is
There are no reports of dogs or cats spreading the virus
to people or other animals.