How long can a dog carry rabies
There is no treatment for rabies; once symptoms begin, the disease is always fatal. It can be prevented, but not cured. Thanks! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-long-can-a-dog-carry-rabies ]
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- How long can a dog carry rabies
- There is no treatment for rabies; once symptoms begin, the disease is always fatal. It can be prevented, but not cured. Thanks!
- Dog may have rabies... how long is too long?
- There is no treatment for dogs with rabies. Symptoms of rabies can take up to six months to appear. It is after they begin showing signs that death is within a short time. If you go to the vet, they may quarantine your dog for up to six mon...
- How long does rabies vaccination last in a dog??
- Dogs need to be vaccinated every year. Take him to the vet ASAP.
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- A: Your dog would need to be:- Microchipped- Vaccinated against rabies- Blood tested - after the rabies vaccination - An EU pet passportAll of this is explained in detail on the two websites below.
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- Q: Okay, hello...I'm 14 years old, and I worry about diseases often, my mother is sick of hearing my outburst of stuff, so I have you guys to turn to..In this situation, my mom is not worried..No one is. SO here's my explanation.Yesterday I was with my little brother and my friend, we were sitting in her building lobby talking and stuff. Her uncle also lives in that building, and recently got a dog, about 3-4 months ago. This dog and him came for a walk and went through the lobby, the dog was jumping around, smelling and licking everything around him, not listening to any of the owner's commands, exploring overwhelmed by everything. This dog came to my brother and licked his hands like crazy, licking his jacket ,licking him..... Then this dog came up to me, he licked and nibbled on my pants and shoes, getting my coat dirty while smelling and licking me, licking my hands as well, and my hands are very dry, amd i have many open scratches /wounds on them, saliva from this dog getting in them possibly.I put my stuff in the laundry, but not my coat(dry clean only) and my brother didn't, in fact, he wore the same outfit as yesterday today!My question is ; Do you think I have possibly have gotten rabies?My reasons for concern is the transmitted way, and this dog i don't know. This uncle of my friend isn't all paranoid about his dogs, I am not sure he got it vaccinated, i asked my friend and she said it did, but its yound, what about rabies?? This dog didnt have symptoms, ut i read you can still pass on rabies without symptoms.I told mymother and she refuses to take me to the doctor because this dog is domesticated, if it had rabies it would be dead, and what are he chances it has rabies anyways, the dog is on a leash...(we have wild racconns around our building and one had rabies, i saw it get taken away..1 year ago) I am scared, no one seems worried, this man is so happy with his dog, while im scared to death..what should i do?21 hours ago Additional Detailswhat about quarantine...how long is it, ill just watch it for that period of time..During the rabies incubation period, a bite by the infected animal does not carry a risk of rabies because the virus is not yet in the saliva. Only late in the disease, after the rabies virus has reached the brain and multiplied there to cause encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), does the virus move from the brain to the salivary glands and saliva.pasted from a web site is that good news?also my friend got bit my a cat about 3 months ago and got rabies shots for it, we shared drinks and she spit in my mouth a bit(like when she talks..if you know what i mean) does this carry a risk?
- A: Please talk to your mother about getting into therapy for this obsessive problem you have. I have been where you are, I know what you are going through. You do not have rabies. STOP READING ABOUT IT. You are just going to get yourself more wound up and scared and freaked out. You have already read that a dog has to be advanced enough in its infection to have encephalitis for the virus to be in the saliva. A dog with encephalitis is not going to be happy, bounding around and greeting strangers with enthusiasm. Encephilitis symptoms: fever, headache and photophobia with weakness and seizures also common. Less commonly, stiffness of the neck can occur with rare cases of patients also suffering from stiffness of the limbs, slowness in movement and clumsiness depending on which specific part of the brain is involved. If this dog was able to transmit rabies via saliva it would have been stumbling around, barely able to stand, unable to tolerate bright, natural daylight. Please try to stop thinking about this. If you cannot talk to your mother about your worries and fears is there another trusted adult you can speak with? Someone at school like a counselor or someone at church or an uncle or aunt?
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