Just had an incident in our own home where a stray dog came in to our home and caused all kinds of chaos. Two of our dogs
went magoo and chased it out but not after there was spit and fur everywhere. We didn't think much of it till the next day when the district vet issued a warning about a rabid dog fitting the description of the one in our house. We realised we'd been checking our dogs
over after the incident and without doubt, come in to contact with saliva etc. It was early in the morning so we were barefoot too. Long story short. We're having rabies jabs for the next month. This got me thinking. Remote
places are unlikely to have rabies control programs or easily available vaccination / treatment facilities. What do you do if you're a long way from medical
help when you're exposed to such a thing. Just wanted to make everyone aware of it and treat any animal acting out of character with extreme caution. We've certainly had a wakeup call. So needless to say, our own dogs are having booster jabs. This whole thing will make is about a grand lighter by the time we're done. Safe travels folks.