Hastings Prince Edward public health officials investigated 512 incidents last year regarding biting or scratching by animals that could possibly lead to rabies in humans.
A report to the Board of Health on Wednesday showed that 30 people received exposure medication. There were no cases of human rabies.
Sixteen animals were tested for the rabies virus and two bats tested positive.
Dogs were involved in most investigations.
Public Health Inspector Ruxshin Amooyan indicated Belleville had the greatest number of cases and most investigations involved dogs.
Amooyan said 2,620 animals were vaccinated during the low cost rabies clinics in 2017, an increase over the previous year.