Hello iamian31. Welcome to healthcaremagic.com. I advise you to clean your toe very thouroughly and watch for signs of infection which includes redness
of any sort. Of course your toe is very sore now since you were just bitten but if the pain continues for more than a few days or increases, this can also be a sign of infection as well.
As long as your dog has been vaccinated for rabies
as recommended, which is at least once a year in the United States or every three years if your veterinarian is using the shot that lasts three years, your chance of getting rabies from your dog is very, very, very small.
As you monitor your toe, you will also be monitoring your dog and if you notice any changes suggesting rabies such as foaming at the mouth or abrupt changes in behavior, then you will still have time to be vaccinated for rabies. At this time, the rabies vaccinations will cause more pain and expense than they will be worth.
Be well, Dr. Kimberly