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As you may or may not know, rabies is a virus that is spread by the infected saliva in a mammals bite. It can affect most mammals including humans, so we must test you for the virus while your dog is treated.
The man was lead to a separate room from the dog for an examination. He was asked many questions about the encounter and any symptoms that he may have.
Symptoms Anxiety? Confusion? Agitation? Hallucinations? Insomnia?
Despite your lack of symptoms we still want to do some simple tests to be sure. We need to test your saliva, blood, spinal fluid, and skin for rabies antibodies and antigen.
All of the mans test came back negative, and his dog was saved from the virus by several injections of the rabies vaccine as well as a preventative vaccine.
Luckily you made it here quick enough to save your dog, but it is important to prevent any further incidents. The best way to do this is to keep up to date on rabies vaccines for your pets and steer clear of any wild animals.
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