Age: 8 months old
A family with a child were taking a walk and they found this very friendly she-dog, which began to play next to the child. Seeing that she was a stray dog and being uninformed, the parents got scared, thinking that the dog could have had rabies, an illness that truly exists, but which not transmitted by kisses, but by bites to blood. Yet, so as not to vaccinate the child, the parents were told to keep thew dog under observation for 14 days. This is how the she-dog was put up at one of the vet officies we cooperate with, in a sort of a quaranteen, so that the parents would be assured that she is ill with any transmissible sickness that could affect the life of the child.
After this period, the she-dog was to be put out, on the street, but the office contacted us