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Just to back you up a bit , dogs also have a little bit of antiseptic in there saliva...just saying.
I`m hoping that`s sarcasm and you don`t genuinely believe that myth.
Dogs mouths are actually cleaner than humans
Whatever.. it doesnt change that your frenching a frigin dog...
not to mention their mouths are not cleaner than humans..
im just saying
@ freebies--If you want to give your pooch a kiss, it may be safer than kissing another human.Becker says many of the bacteria in the mouth of a dog are species specific, so it won`t harm its owner. "So a staph or a strep for a human is not transmissible to a dog, if you were to kiss it, and vice versa," said Becker.Bottom line -- you`re more likely to get a serious illness from kissing a person than kissing a dog. But since dogs do transmit some germs, Becker has some advice: "Keep the vaccines current. Good external parasite control, good internal parasite control. You`re going to be good to go." And then, he says you can kiss them all you want. "They love us unconditionally, they make us laugh," said Becker. "If we`re going to give them a little kiss to thank them for that, then that`s good by me."