Are you really suggesting she get rabies shots because her 14 week old puppy bit her? Come on.
Where's the evidence the pup is rabid? How could the pup acquire rabies without her being aware of it?
Even getting tetanus from a puppy bite is a real stretch unless it was a deep puncture wound and the puppy had been gnawing on metal before he bit her. I don't think 14 week old Beagle puppies normally carry tetanus bacteria.
Like all wounds, a puppy bite should be thoroughly washed and cleansed just to prevent infection. But the chances of having any serious problems from it are slim. I just went through life with a 14 week old puppy, who sometimes broke my skin just with his normal playing and mouthing, without actually really biting me at all, and I'm still in one piece.
But, if she hasn't had a tetanus booster in the past 5 or so years, she could consider getting one, or discussing it with her doctor, just for her general protection in the future.
Her puppy hadn't eaten in 5 hours, so he was really hungry
, since puppies that age need at least 3 meals a day, and he understandably didn't want his food taken from him. When she gave him another steak a little while later, and tried to take it away, he let her, and showed no aggression about it, because he wasn't starving.
She needs to teach him to "give" because, in the future, he may have something in his mouth she must take away from him, because it might harm him, or because it's something she doesn't want him to destroy.
She's got a lot of training to do with this puppy, and it all takes time and lots of patience, the puppy is still very young, and PinkLipsick doesn't seem to know much about puppies. From what she said in another thread, this puppy may not be getting a proper diet either. Why she tried to take his steak away from him, before he bit her, isn't clear, but why would she even think he'd just let her take it if he was starving? Why would she want to do that to him? I really hope she takes the time to learn more about puppies and how to care for them.