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A "bite" is constituted as any animal which has broken the skin of a person with its teeth.
The State of Wyoming requires a 10-day bite quarantine period for any animal which has bitten a person regardless of its vaccination status. The location of the bite-quarantine is at the discretion of the Animal Control Officer assigned to the case. A home quarantine is permitted when the animal has a sound method of confinement, the animal is not at risk of any future bites, and the animal is proved current on all required vaccinations however these are only general quarantine guidelines.
The rules for the Bite Quarintine are as follows:
1. The animal must be kept on the assigned premise for 10-days from the date of the bite, unless otherwise stipulated by the Animal Control Officer.
2. The animal cannot be in contact with people and pets from outside the animal's normal household.
3. The animal is prohibited from all community dog parks, hikes, walks, or any activity outside of its home confinement area.
4. The dog is to be under strict observation by the owner for any unusual behaviors not normally ascertained in the animal or for any symptoms of the rabies virus, which include but not limited to; restlessness, apprehension, aggression, disorientation, foaming at the mouth, biting or air snapping, loss of appetite, seizures, lethargy.
5. For the entirety of the bite quarantine period the animal is not to be vaccinated for any virus. The dog may be treated for emergency medical care upon declaration that the dog is on "bite-quarantine" and such treatment will be determined by a Veterinarian. If emergency care is needed it must subsequently be reported to Animal Control.
6. It must be immediately reported to Animal Control if the dog goes missing or runs off.