Frisco reports second skunk tested positive for rabies
A second skunk found this month has tested positive for rabies, according to city officials.
Residents should make sure pets are vaccinated. People should also avoid contact with skunks and other wild animals. Symptoms of rabid skunks include crusty eyes and noses, disorientation, staggering, excessive salivation and aggressive behavior.
The latest skunk was found injured on March 14 on residential property near the intersection of Eldorado Parkway and Preston Road. Four days earlier, a Frisco resident found a dead skunk in his backyard near Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane.
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