The Saskatchewan Health Authority is confirming a case of rabies in a Regina dog.
Earlier this week, the animal was brought to a Regina veterinary clinic after showing signs of being infected. Tests confirmed the diagnosis.
It is believed the dog caught rabies after an extended stay at a rural area near Weyburn.
The dog has been euthanized.
The health authority says there is no reason for concern for people or animals in both the Regina and Weyburn regions due to contact with this dog.