thanks for using health care magic.
The scratch you have describe is a category II exposure
which has a potential risk of transmission of the rabies virus
If there is any possibility that the dog could be infected then
or that the dog is not being vaccinated then, you do not have
to take chances as rabies is fatal. After completion of vaccines,
in the case of category two exposure, you will require two
vaccines separated by three days as recommended by the WHO.
This generally will suffix together with the wound care that you
had. Dogs infected by rabies an in advance stages have an
abnormal presentation, and usually within two weeks will passed
Best regards and hope this helps you.