By Chris Agee | firstname.lastname@example.org
Palo Pinto County Sheriff’s Office sources Thursday urged locals to beware of possible encounters with rabid animals.
About two weeks ago, a PPCSO spokesperson said, a skunk bit a number of dogs in Palo Pinto and, after being tested, officials determined the animal had rabies.
Another skunk showed peculiar behavior Wednesday afternoon and, though the animal did not bite, authorities said it ran around during the daytime and acted aggressive.
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