Animal bites are not exclusive occupational hazards for people who work in animal shelters or zoos. In fact, you can incur an animal bite when you accidentally tread on your pet dog’s tail or disturb your cat’s sleep. You can even get a bite from a stray raccoon if you stop by to help it from becoming total roadkill.

Animals can’t help it. Aside from their claws and speed, their teeth are also one of their most potent weapons for self-defense. Unwittingly putting an animal on the defensive is a sure way to receive a bite if you are not fast enough. But this does not mean that there is nothing you can do about animal bites. After prevention, preparedness is your best bet against untoward situations. One of the best things you can carry…



Source by Marco Gonzaga