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Wow, what next?

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Wow....we should ban dogs....

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I grew up in a dog family and with all the cuts and bruises I encountered as a child, if the dog tried to lick my wounds my Mother would say, it's ok, a dogs mouth is clean and has antibiotic properties.
I believed her and it certainly did no harm.
Once had a bad dog bite and had to go to ER. This was when I was an adult. The ER Dr. said, if that was a cat bite I would be very concerned, but since it is a dog bite I don't fear infection as much since
a dog bite is clean and has its own antibiotic abilities. So, I don't know, but I like reading these things and times can change.

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My vet says do not allow dogs to lick human wounds: lots of bacteria in their mouths plus we have triple antibiotic now.
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Well, I know there are times when I could just die if my puppy slobbers all over some glaring non-dog-loving stranger. Second-hand infection.
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I grew up in a dog family and with all the cuts and bruises I encountered as a child, if the dog tried to lick my wounds my Mother would say, it's ok, a dogs mouth is clean and has antibiotic properties.
I believed her and it certainly did no harm.
Once had a bad dog bite and had to go to ER. This was when I was an adult. The ER Dr. said, if that was a cat bite I would be very concerned, but since it is a dog bite I don't fear infection as much since
a dog bite is clean and has its own antibiotic abilities. So, I don't know, but I like reading these things and times can change.
With animal bites it can become a real issue when the teeth make contact with a bone that is when the trouble generally begins.
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AJ.......good to hear from you.........thanks for sending rain our way today.....(Tampabay area )

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Former Amy was a big kisser & would also lick my cuts clean...they always healed fast.
- and Beau survived her kissy affection...

------------Kelly & (Amy - RIP @ 11.7 y/o)

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I found an article about the strongest dog list. Maybe it is just a perspective from the writer but it is great that Doberman is not included as top 10 of the strongest dogs in the world. I mean when it comes to the uncontrolled situation or smell of danger or unlucky consequences, their powerful muscle body and also bites force could lead to fatality. But this news just all about the saliva. Probably "the times" has come.
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