If the dog's vaccinations are current, then there is no recorded case of a human contracting the rabies virus from the dog. But, a booster shot is recommended.
if you get bitten by a dog with rabies you might get them
If your dog is bitten by a raccoon take him or her to the vet immediately for a rabies shot. Even if the raccoon doesn't seem to have rabies.
Is the dog infected with rabies? Then yes, a human can get it. Not all dogs have it, of course. Can you tell if a dog has up to date rabies shots if you don't see a tag, or know the answers? No, so if you are bitten by any dog you don't know, when you go to the hospital (and you WILL, unless you have ready access to lots of gauze, potent antibiotics and powerful painkillers.) Dog bites HURT, and require treatment.
Yes. Most cases of rabies result from dog bites.
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.
In theory, a dog could get rabies at birth. If the mother had rabies or if it was bitten right after birth.
No. You cannot have rabies. Even the dog did not die of rabies.
He shot the dog to protect him children, because the dog had rabies. If the kids were bitten they would of caught the rabies and died.
yes (if your dog or puppy has been bitten by an animal that had rabies)
On July 6th they first used it on a boy who was bitten by a dog with rabies.
Yes it is. If someone gets bitten by a dog with rabies there is a large possibility they will die. Yes. They are very hard to fight. So get your dog a rabies vaccination.
Cancer does not affect the seriousness of the bite. Rabies does. If the dog has rabies, then this is considered dangerous and should be acted on immediately. If the dog does not have rabies, do not be relaxed. The bite may still have infection due to other unpredictable reasons. With or without cancer, with or without rabies, better fo to the doctor and vet to have the dog and victim checked up.
10 days if the dog has bitten a human. 45 - 90 days if the dog was bitten by a high risk animal such as a bat, skunk, coyote, fox or raccoon. Contact the Department of State Health Service, Local Rabies Control Authority or a licensed veterinarian for more detailed information.
You would have to be bitten by a rabid animal e.g a dog.
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no because the smptom is much different
Unless proved otherwise, every dog bite should be taken as threat of rabies. You need to consult your physician.
Rabbits do not carry rabies but can get them if bitten by a rabid animal such as a fox, coyote, dog. skunk or wolf.
i don't think you will get rabies because its been for 4 years since you have been bitten by a dog.
When the dog dies, the rabies disease dies along with it. The only way to get rabies is by being bitten and the animal breaking your skin. Why the hell would you want to eat your dead dog?!?!?!?!?!
Through the saliva of other dogs. Being bitten... etc;.
See a doctor and get the shots.