You Should Never Let Your Dog Lick Your Face And Here’s Why

It has been proven that the saliva of dogs contains proteins which assist in cleansing and healing its own wounds. But when it comes to a human being the saliva contains “Some organisms unique to dogs that we were simply not meant to tolerate or combat.”

Although a dog licking himself can heal them but if your dogs lick your face then you may face some of a very severe health risk like Ringworm infection, Staphylococcus Aureus bacteria, etc.

 

Here are  5 nasty ailments you could catch from your four-legged furry friend that you’ll want to know about before deciding whether they should lick you or not.

1. Capnocytophaga Canimorsus

These harmful bacteria are found in a dog’s mouth and can cause dog bites to become infected. However, even a lick or kiss can be dangerous. An elderly English woman became deathly ill because of it after her dog licked her.

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