I got bitten by my 4-month-old dog while playing. Then after two days, my dog developed anorexia and started vomiting. I am worried, and therefore I started my anti-rabies vaccination, injection Rabiflex. Will anything happen to me?
You need not worry. I suggest you continue the post-exposure prophylaxis schedule for dog bite cases at your nearest clinic. You need to monitor your dog for the next ten days. Take him to your veterinarian and get him checked. He might be suffering from a parvovirus infection, which leads to vomiting and diarrhea in pups. He might not be rabid. Also, if he is your pet dog and does not interact with other strays, you have nothing to worry about. Still, to be on the safer side, I would suggest you continue the vaccination as per recommended schedule.
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