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My pet bite me in my lips
My pet bite me In my lips he is 7 week old and had not taken rabies vaccine yet because he is so small and he is not street puppy my lips is not bleeding but a small scratch what should I do
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As ur pup is a breed pup pls check for mother vaccination, puppy to get vaccinated at 3 months . Observe the pup for another 15 days . Get tetanus done . Antirabies vaccination to get mentally satisfaction .
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Ur safety is of prime importance but if the mother of the pup is vaccinated tht chances of hving rabies in pup upto 3 months are Vry less nd rabies occurs only if ur pup has been bitten by stray dog...so take action accordingly
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Must go for anti-rabies vaccination as soon as psbl.As lips are more closer to brain.I hv seen similar case and the puppy positve for rabies.
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