Squirrels very, very, very rarely carry rabies. They are not a vector species for the disease and generally don’t have it. If they do have it they will act in a strange manner and show that they have it. Not that this matters because you should never go near a squirrel, feed one or try to pet one. They carry a lot of diseases and their scratch can give you tetanus which can be a whole lot worse than rabies in some cases. Have squirrels you want to get rid of? Contact Squirrel Removal Toronto for all your squirrel problems!
But the reality of this all is you won’t get rabies from a squirrel, they just don’t carry that sort of disease based on their lifestyle and habitats. Not like raccoons who are the primary carriers of rabies and should be avoided at all costs. If you have squirrels in your yard and they are acting strange like they have rabies, foaming at the mouth is a big tell, then you should probably do something about it.
You can call in a professional to seal off your trees with aluminum collars and cut back your branches to make it harder for them to get to the trees, they can also remove disused nests. They can perform exclusion on your home and property to prevent the animals from accessing your attic or house and prevent them from eating your garden which is a big issue with squirrels who love vegetables, bulbs and roots and also enjoy eating flowers. Do this and control your property and you should be okay. Just make sure to never leave food outside, pet food or human food and to seal your garbage tightly in a locked container and store it in the garage, presuming your garage door meets the ground, if not it seems rather pointless to store the garbage in there.