Two foxes that were captured after attacks in Flagstaff last week have tested positive for rabies, according to Coconino County health officials. The foxes were captured in the Country Club and Mars Hill areas. The four people were were attacked by the foxes are being treated for post-rabies exposure. Two dogs were also bitten by the foxes. Both dogs had rabies shots and are being quarantined by their owners for 45 days for observation. Health officials remind residents to avoid wildlife when you are hiking or biking area trails, keep all pets current on vaccinations and obey leash laws. Also never pick up, touch or feed wild or unfamiliar animals. For more information, contact the Coconino County Public Health Services District Animal Management Program at (928) 679-8756.