We’ve all probably done it whether we wanted to or not (dogs are relentless with kissing). We’ve kissed dogs! Sloppy, slobbery dog kisses are sweet, but are they good for you? Some say “no way!” while others think it’s okay. Well, which one is it?
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Here’s your answer: The Independent, cited researchers at the University of Arizona believe that the microbes contained in a dog’s gut could have a probiotic effect on the human body – encouraging the growth of positive microorganisms. This helpful bacteria, known as a probiotic keeps our digestive and immune systems in A+ shape!
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Yes! So that means it’s actually HEALTHY to kiss your dog. I knew it! It’s not only good for your health it’s good for you heart. Look who’s laughing now anti-dog kissers!