The risks of a dog bite potentially are harm to muscles or tendons or bone if the bite is significant enough or deep enough. If it’s not, if it’s broken the skin, you run a risk of infection or rabies. Treatment needs to be undertaken as quickly as possible from the date of the dog bite and will usually require some sort of antibiotic or potentially a tetanus shot to prevent rabies.
What are the risks of a dog bite?
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