last year on October i adopted a puppy from a nearby clinic one month old puppy.. he was very nice but then after adoption i started having puppy blues(immense regret of getting puppies) so i returned it to the doctor after 15 days.. but meanwhile my brother when he was with us my brother used to play alot with him .. though the puppy never bite him but he licks him so now I'm scared for the fact that will his licking cause rabies to my brother.. although I know only that it can spread only via blood or mucus (if the puppy bites you or lick your wounds) so there's no chance of my brother of having rabies.. but I don't know why its haunting me.. and yess the puppy was also normal .. playful n all
its my overthinking but still I'm not able to get over it
You did a good job by giving a good life to a puppy. Hope you have got him vaccinated. Don't be afraid. Let him play with your brother. I myself play with dogs and puppies.. I got them all vaccinated.
Don't worry about your brother.Just vaccinate the cute little puppy.It's good to have them , they really love you dear.
no the problem is due to puppy blue i have returned it to the vet
and the time when is licked my brother .. puppy was about one month unvaccinated
First of all you shouldn't get pets it you are not ready to care for them throughout their life. We moved ahead with our lives but people have no idea how hard it can get for them when they miss their families. The right thing would have been to get him vaccinated. If you had blues you never should have gotten a puppy. They're not toys.
I didn't know in the start that i will have blues
As an animal lover, I strongly advice you to NOT get a puppy if you are not ready to commit. Atleast you could have got him vaccinated if you wanted to keep him. You have no idea what they go through when you get them for a few months and then abandon them at the same old clinic/vet. People need to be sensitive of their feelings too. Just because they cannot talk doesn't mean you can dispose them off once you are done with them or start getting 'scared' of them.