1, 10 days after the dog is still the same as usual. 2, one hand touched the wet dog's nose, followed by this hand with dog saliva touched the wound on the other hand, the wound a day, with alcohol wipe or very painful. 3, after half an hour home, with soap and water to clean, but baby soap, and old-fashioned soap ingredients are not quite the same, to the faucet has been rushed with running water, the time is estimated only 5 ~ 10 minutes.4. Wiped with iodophor and covered with a band-aid.I think it was a month before I remembered to get the vaccination, and a week after the full course, the dog was still as usual.Can I rule out the risk 100%?Also, when I sleep at night to remove the band-aid, I want to get better and faster, the wound touches the covers, and at night the wound is sometimes touched by the little baby, and the baby kisses me (my saliva touches the baby), is the baby at risk?Does a one year old need to be vaccinated?
Hello, you said the situation after a month has been injected according to the process of rabies vaccine, the dog is also the same as usual, you can 100% exclude the risk of Band-Aid uncovered contact with the quilt, the wound sometimes small baby will touch, generally will not be infected with rabies virus, the baby does not need to inject rabies vaccine
Rabies is an acute infectious disease caused by the rabies virus. It is most commonly seen in dogs and cats and is often contracted from the bite of a dog or cat that has developed rabies.Rabies can be transmitted through saliva.
According to your description, rabies virus will not be infected through this indirect way, rabies is due to the dog directly bite the skin, or directly licked the wound, the virus through the mucous membrane absorption into the blood caused by viral infection.The dog is not acting abnormally, which means there is no rabies attack.The vaccination is also effective, and the baby will not be infected with rabies virus.