Rabies can be detected by PCR
After being scratched or bitten by an animal suspected of having rabies, the animal is left for observation for ten days, and the rabies vaccine is also injected regularly in time during the observation period.
People actively vaccinating pets against rabies and seeking medical attention after exposure to rabies virus.
Rabies vaccinations are highly effective, safe and well tolerated. There is a high chance that you will not get rabies after receiving the rabies vaccine.
The real-time PCR test can test live animals for rabies. It only requires a sample of your pet’s pharyngeal fluid to be tested.
Bats are the #1 carrier of rabies, but in daily life, dogs are the first carrier of rabies.
Blood can detect rabies virus, but is less sensitive than DFA.
you can choose the direct fluorescent test or real-time PCR test.
Veterinarians often choose direct fluorescent antibody testing or real-time PCR test.
the DFA test is the “gold standard” diagnostic method for rabies, in addition, fluorescent antibody test （FAT） testing is also a good choice.