If you have been bitten by a dog, it may be painful, and you may be afraid to let your friends and family see your injury. These injuries can be very serious, and sometimes you may end up in the hospital for treatment. The good news is that they are not very serious, and you can recover well enough with simple measures.
The first thing you should do is keep the dog away from you. You should let others know that a dog bit you, but the dog is no longer a threat, and you should not keep the dog away permanently.
After that, the next thing you should do is get to a hospital emergency room immediately. It will be easy enough to do, with no fear of the dog seeing you. All you have to do is to get to the hospital emergency room with a leash attached to the dog and get help right away. You will be in good hands.
Make sure that if you are going to have the dog bite you, you are going to be the one to give the command. That way the dog will be very scared to bite you.
If the dog bites you, the fundamental thing you should do is try to capture the dog or have someone take the dog away. You should never allow anyone to rub the dog’s nose in the injury, and especially not you.
The dog should not be punished for biting, but you should not let the dog go either. The dog should not be allowed to bite strangers or friends of yours. In other words, you should keep the dog away from them, and you should give the dog a piece of your mind.
When you go to the emergency room, you should ask the doctor to give the dog tranquilizers to help him relax and to help him in recovering from his bites. You should also ask for pain medication that will not make you feel sick. If you are too sick to go to the emergency room, you should call the hospital, and let them take care of it.
In addition to the steps you should take when a dog bites you, you should not make the dog aggressive or violent. These are often causes for the dog biting you again. And the dog should not be allowed to bite strangers or other dogs.