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Post-exposure rabies monitoring Protocol


The monitoring for an animal (dog/cat) after a possible rabies exposure (e.g., who has been bitten, scratched, attacked by another dog, cat or mammal) is:


On day 1 (in the 24hrs after the exposure)

-        Physical examination

-        Blood draw for a rabies antibody titer test

-        Rabies vaccination


On day 7

-        Physical examination


On day 14  

-        Physical examination


On day 30

-        Blood draw for a post rabies vaccination antibody titer test


During the observation period, please monitor your dog at home for these symptoms that can indicate a rabies infection: these symptoms are a change in behavior


·       Seeking solitude

·       Apprehension

·       Nervousness

·       Anxiety

·       Unusual shyness or aggressiveness

·       Biting, snapping, licking, chewing at the wound site

·       Wandering and roaming

·       Excitability, irritability

·       Viciousness

·       Changes in tone of bark

·       Inability to swallow, fear of water


If you have any concerns, please call the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) immediately to let us know of these symptoms. We will provide you with instructions on how to contact the official Chaoyang District Centers for Animal Disease Control to report any of these symptoms in your dog. The Centers for Animal Disease Control may go to your home to examine your dog. The authorities will then work with you and inform you of next steps.


Regarding the dog that bit humans or other animals:


The owner of the dog that did the biting must provide the dog’s registration license and proof of the dog’s rabies vaccinations (e.g., the official vaccination immunity certificate a.k.a vaccination red book). The same monitoring should be followed as above, except the dog cannot be vaccinated against rabies during the quarantine and observation period (the first 14 days). According to the Centers for Animal Disease Control, the dog must be submitted for a saliva test to check for rabies antigen. The rabies vaccination may be done if the observation period is over and if the last physical examination is normal. All dogs must legally be registered at the local police station and all dogs must be rabies vaccinated every year.

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第一天 (在被咬伤或抓伤,产生开放性的伤口的24小时内)

-        身体检查

-        抽血做狂犬疫苗抗体测试

-        注射狂犬疫苗



-        身体检查



-        身体检查



-        抽血做做狂犬疫苗抗体测试




·       开始喜欢独处,离家不归

·       恐慌

·       紧张

·       焦虑

·       变得害羞或者产生攻击性,主动攻击其他动物,犬类、生人或主人

·       猛咬猛扑、舔伤处

·       走路蹒跚

·       兴奋,敏感,兴奋,易怒

·       目露凶光、毛发竖起

·       叫声音调产生变化

·       唾液横流、对水产生恐惧






如果您的爱犬咬伤人或其他犬,必须出示犬的注册登记证明和《动物健康免疫证》(即疫苗红本)。对于被咬犬的护理监护程序请参照上面办法进行监护, 隔离观察期除外。依照北京朝阳区动物疫病预防控制中心要求,犬必须接受唾液检查以测定狂犬抗体。隔离观察结束各项体征检查正常,则必须为该犬注射狂犬疫苗。北京市规定所有在北京居住的犬必须注册,每年按时定期注射狂犬疫苗。





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