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Dog suspected of rabies, what should we do?


Rabies is a very dangerous disease that can be transmitted to humans through the bite or scratch of an infected animal. To ensure timely diagnosis and control of the spread of rabies, testing dogs suspected of being infected is a crucial step. In general, testing for rabies mainly involves testing samples of an animal's saliva, blood, cerebrospinal fluid, or brain tissue, which can help determine if a dog is infected with the rabies virus.

If a suspected rabies-infected dog bites a person or other animal, immediate measures should be taken to ensure safety. The first consideration is to determine whether the dog actually has rabies. By testing the dog's blood, saliva and other samples, it can effectively determine whether the dog is infected with the rabies virus. Of course, while waiting for test results, it is also necessary to quarantine dogs suspected of infection. In order to prevent the spread of rabies, regular rabies vaccination of pets is also a very important preventive measure.

It is important to note that different regions and countries may have different rabies testing protocols, so it is necessary to respond to local regulations and resources to control the spread of rabies to the greatest extent possible to protect the health and safety of humans and animals.

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