My husband and I went out to pick up the express. When we first got to the gate of the yard, I felt a pain in the back of my foot. I immediately turned around and saw that there was a stone behind me. I thought my husband kicked a stone and got me because he walked behind me, but I was afraid that the dog of my mother-in-law's family bit me. We live in a yard because the mother-in-law has a dog and recently gave birth to a baby. It wants to bite people. However, my husband said he didn't see the dog behind him. He said it was caused by a stone. At that time, he found a white mark on his bare foot, sprayed alcohol on the back, and there was no obvious pain, When I came back, I asked my child to look at it with a flashlight and said there was no wound and no white mark. I still disinfected it with alcohol and washed it with soapy water for more than 10 minutes. I also strengthened the rabies vaccine twice this year, with 2 injections each time and 4 injections in total. The last strengthening was on July 5. Please ask the doctor to help me see if it looks like a dog bite? And the date of my vaccination. Can the doctor help me see if I'm still in protection? thank you
As rabies is an infectious disease caused by bites or scratches on the skin of dogs or cats carrying rabies virus, there is no effective cure drug at present, so prevention is the main focus.
At present, you have no clear contact with the dog. Therefore, don't worry if it is not bitten by the dog. At the same time, since the rabies vaccine has been strengthened for nearly half a year, even if the dog bites and the wound is treated, you don't need to get rabies vaccine, so you can rest assured.
After looking at the pictures you sent, there are no obvious scars on your skin. Considering that you are not bitten by a dog, I suggest you don't worry. Well, you have been injected with reinforcing needles in July. Even if you are slightly bitten by a dog, it still has preventive effect and won't affect your health. You can wash it with clean water and disinfect it with Iodophor to prevent infection.
According to the situation you described, you generally don't need rabies vaccine, because you have received booster injection in July and have immunity within half a year. You are still in the immune period. If you are bitten and scratched again during the immune period, you don't need rabies vaccine, and you are stone and stabbed. And it won't be infected with rabies virus.