You need to take immunization for rabies. If you kiss the dog by mouth, you need to take the rabies immunoglobulin shot also.
No. Technically not. But the immunization status of the dog has to verified. Depending on the nature of the dog bite, I will like to give anti-rabies injections or not. But the dog need to be observed for 8 days. If the dog is OK, there is no problem to you.
The rabies vaccine wasn't invented till 1885 so the answer would be no
Most boarding kennels do require proof of immunization in order for your pet to stay there. This reduces thier liability to other pet owners. Most places in the U.S. require rabies vaccination by law anyway.
Rabies can only occur if your dog is not vaccinated against rabies and if the dog that bit your dog has rabies. If it does not have rabies then your dog will not have rabies. But if you're still in doubt, see your Veterinarian.
The rabies vaccine wasn't discovered/invented until 1885, so the answer would be "no" if asking whether it was available in the mid-1800's.
you do get rabies from the dog
No. A dog can only get rabies from contact with a rabies-infected animal.
Because the rabies shot is a live virus, no. This could increase the rate of your dog getting sick from rabies. Get your dog tested, then if it has rabies, get it rabies injections.
Yes they can and do, get rabies.
If a dog has confirmed rabies, there is nothing that can be done for them to treat the rabies. There is no cure. Humane euthanasia is the only action.
No you would not be. You dog has been vaccinated against Rabies, right? Then he would not have Rabies.
Yes a dog can have rabies and it can pass it on to other dogs as well as men.
Most of the people with rabies get rabies from rabid dogs.
Probably not, if it does not have rabies why would it's poop have rabies?
if you get bitten by a dog with rabies you might get them
A dog can have certain diseases such as rabies so if a dog happens to bite you, you may get rabies.
Yes it can, if that has happened to your dog you may want to schedule an appointment with your vet, it is very common to get rabies from another animal with rabies.
In my opinion no, because puppies get rabies only if an infected dog bites them; so if anything a dog has more rabies then a puppy.
Rabies can be transmitted by a dog scratch. If a dog has rabies he would be more likely to bite you than to scratch you. If you have contact with a dog who you suspect may have rabies contact your physician as soon as possible for an appointment to visit their office.
Yes. If the coyote has a rabies, dog will get it. (You have to presume that coyote has got rabies.) Unless and until dog has received proper anti-rabies vaccination. Your Vet may give additional does of anti-rabies vaccine to the dog or may give full course of anti-rabies vaccines to non-immunized dog.
you go to the hospital and get checked then take your dog to the vet to get a rabies shot
Not exactly. If the thing a rabid dog bites is inorganic or non-mammalian then it won't get rabies.
if they dint get their rabies shot the don't. If they don't get their rabies shot then they do.