When you travel in the developing world, your risk of getting bitten by stray cats, dogs, and feral rats increases significantly. One of the most important skills you should have is to know how to handle animal bite wounds.
The article linked below covers the basics for treating a bite wound. You’ll note that the most commonly prescribed antibiotic for animal bite wounds is Augmentin. I always carry some of it in my travel medical kit. If your personal doc won’t prescribe a dose for you to take on your trip, you can generally buy it without a prescription in most developing world pharmacies.