ST. Missouri health authorities confirmed on Tuesday that a dog rescued more than a week ago and later euthanized after a veterinarian's bite had no rabies. On February 8, Louis City's homes contacted Strike Salvation.
"Strike save" took the dog and took her to a clinic in St. Louis County called "Veterinary specialties." of improvement, but bite a veterinary technician, shattering the skin. It was euthanized within six hours of being taken from the control of the animals in St Louis County.
The Department of Health and Missouri's senior services received Faust's brain and spine on February 14th. The remains were tested the same day and returned negative for rabies. euthanized Faust and claimed he had better options than putting the dog on.