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By Anonymous / Sunday 2 August 2015 05:19 / United States - San Francisco
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  muzy  |  23

I keep hearing this notion of dogs' mouths being more clean than humans. Even if that is the case, it doesn't mean that they don't have any pathogens residing in their mouths.

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  doctordonna  |  4

It's a myth that dogs saliva cleans itself. dogs mouths are definitely not cleaner than a humans. And human bites always end in infection? um no, that's definitely not true.

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  Catdragon  |  40

my dog eats others feces, tears up used pads, laps up loogies and snot, chews on toenail clippings, eats hers and others vomit, and who knows what else she eats outside.

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  nitemastr15  |  17

#50, it's actually not a myth. I actually did this as a project for science. A dogs mouth has different bacteria made to clean it out. Now dog teeth have more plaque than a humans, but their mouth is genrally cleaner.

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