I was grabbed by the puppy’s paws, without breaking the skin, no bleeding, just left a white print. After more than two hours, I wiped it with alcohol and did not feel the pain.

I was grabbed by the puppy’s paws, no broken skin, no bleeding, just left a white print. After more than two hours, I wiped it with alcohol and didn’t feel the pain. I didn’t care at the time. It was more than a month now. Is there something wrong? Is it useful if you have something to go to vaccine now?

5 thoughts on “I was grabbed by the puppy’s paws, without breaking the skin, no bleeding, just left a white print. After more than two hours, I wiped it with alcohol and did not feel the pain.”

  1. It’s all afraid of it. After your dog has caught you, if it is within 10 days, it does not die, indicating that it has no rabies virus, and you will naturally be okay. Rest assured. If you are really scared, you can do it. As long as you hit the onset, it will be okay. It is recommended that you do n’t need to fight because it ’s all right!

  2. As long as you do n’t see the blood, it ’s okay, disinfect it with soapy water. If you see blood, you must injected vaccines and serum within 24 hours.

  3. Wash it every day with odor soap. When I was a kid, I blewed and washed, and the stinky soap and water was washed. It was okay.

  4. It’s okay, when I was a kid, I took the puppy’s claws and itching on my legs! Later, I learned that the dog had rabies! But the problem of not bleeding is not a big drop!

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