1. If in doubt, do not hesitate to take a post-exposure rabies vaccination
. This will require up to six intra muscular injections of 1 ml on days 0,3,7,14,28 and optional booster.
2. Remember to take a 0.5 ml Tetanus Toxoid
intra muscular injection in addition.
3. Your bite is a Class II / III Type and you can go ahead with vaccination.
4. If you can identify the stray dog again and it is alive after 10 days since the incident, the chances of the dog being rabid is very low.