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By lolmyfduplife / Thursday 24 December 2015 06:10 /
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Children actually need to get in contact with bacteria and dirt. Otherwise their imune system would not develope sufficiently. Random fact: Their's a saying in german that goes "Kinder sollen auch mal dreck essen" wich means roughly translated "children should eat dirt from time to time".

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Good news is that since the dog is gentle and friendly it probably has a family and just got lost, which means it's likely the dog is vaccinated.

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We don't know if it was a stray dog. Maybe it belongs to one of the neighbours and it's perfectly vaccinated :)

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#19 Maybe thats why I rarely get sick and I'm bare minimum hygienic (shower once a day, brush, etc) and my sister gets sick at least three or four times a month and she's a germaphobe... Eitherway, happy dog, happy baby, who's the loser here again?

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It's probably a lost dog with a family looking for it. Found dog flyers, a non-emergency call to the police department to report it found, and a full body scan for a microchip are all in order.

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But as a parent you would think of any negative things that could happen. For example rabies. The owner might have not gotten his shot in a while and the dog got rabies.

Wait, I think OP needs to clarify - are we talking about a neighbour's or a stray dog entering your home, or a ghost dog? Details are important OP.

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