ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Missouri health officials have confirmed on Tuesday that the dog was rescued more than a week ago, and later euthanized after biting a veterinarian, had no rage. On February 8th, Louis City homes were in contact with the "Stray Rescue" rescue service. improve, but bite the vet, breaking the skin. She was killed six hours after picking up St. Louis's Animal Control.
The Department of Health and Senior Services of Missouri received Brainstorm and Faust Spine on February 14th. The remains were tested the same day and returned negative for rabies. euthanize Faust and argued that there are better options than putting the dog down