You’ve heard the horror stories about what happens once the news gets hold of a story about bats in hospitals or other public buildings. There is no reason to let a bat create that much chaos if you catch the problem early and get ahead of it[...] Read more
Rabies death reported in Boise, Idaho.
Human deaths attributed to rabies are very rare in the United States, but exposure is common. In fact, over 6000 exposure cases are reported each year, with every one of these cases needing to receive post[...] Read more
RABIES IN YOUR STATE Between 2013-2017, bats with rabies were found in every state except for Hawaii According to the most recent data available on the CDC’s website, 92.7% of all rabies cases in 2018 were from wild animals[...] Read more
What’s the worst that can happen? We’ve written about the many “worst case” scenarios a bat infestation presents. This one is remarkably stunning. The state of Alabama strongly recommends the parents of more than fifty children enrolled[...] Read more
Let’s start by getting one thing straight, only somewhere between three and five percent of bats carry rabies. When you consider how many thousands and thousands of bats are around at any given time, that’s a very small number.
The problem[...] Read more
While it’s not a good announcement, it is one we do every year. It’s rabies season again. We get a lot of questions about rabies shots. When are they needed, how is exposure determined, who needs to get them, etc. One pretty common question[...] Read more
Two bats have tested positive for rabies in Colorado Springs, Colorado. These are the first of the year for Pueblo County, CO.
Public health officials are reminding the public not to touch wild animals. Even if it appears sick or injured. It is[...] Read more
As a professional bat removal company, we get a lot of questions about rabies vaccinations. When does your dog or cat need them? The short answer is, rabies vaccinations vary from state to state.
We’ve heard a lot of sad stories about our custo[...] Read more
Here at Get Bats Out, we closely monitor the trends of bats; migration and hibernation season, pup season, and of course rabies among others. There are a number of rabies cases reported throughout the year across the US, but rabid bat cases bei[...] Read more
We really don’t like jumping on the bats carry rabies scare train. In fact, under most circumstances, we try very hard to educate our customers that only between three and five percent of all bats carry rabies.
However, given our frightening[...] Read more