CANYON -- Canyon officials are warning people about rabies.
They say no cases have been seen so far.
But rabies can affect both wild animals, pets, and even humans.
They say they are warning people because cases increased last year.
Officials say wild animals to watch out for include bats, skunks, foxes, coyotes, and raccoon.
All pets in Canyon that are three-months or under are supposed to be vaccinated.
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