Kissing Your Dog Is Safer Than Kissing Your Significant Other?

August 24, 2016
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Some people love dog kisses. I am not that person. I always assumed that a dog's mouth was full of germs and yuckiness. Let's be honest, dogs do like their backsides. And some have been known to eat their poop. But a dog's mouth is much cleaner than we all originally thought.

You probably thought it was less risky to kiss your man or woman than kissing a dog's mouth. Well, you are wrong.

The new report comes from Havahart Wireless. "Through a series of tests, the dog fence company has found that the human mouth has 1.4 times more bacteria than a dog’s kisser (er, licker) — that’s a difference of about 2,000,000 germs. Woof!"

I see the results here, but still dogs like their rear ends. I think that fact alone makes me want to stay far, far away from kissing a dog anytime soon.

A dog's mouth may have less germs, but their toys and bowls are infested. Check out the full story below.

Tests Show It's Safer to Kiss Your Dog Than Your Significant Other

Between dog breath and drool, the canine mouth can get a bad rap. A new report from Havahart Wireless is here to set the record straight and defend doggie kisses. Through a series of tests, the dog fence company has found that the human mouth has 1.4 times more bacteria than a dog's kisser (er, licker) - that's a difference of about 2,000,000 germs. Woof!

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