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    Default Frenched by the dog

    This is a little embarassing. But do your dogs french kiss you and how do you stomach it?? Nero is incredibly fast and loves to snog!! So whoever is in reach ... doing up these shoelaces... is a potential target. It happens to both OH and myself and while he can stomach it I can't - and often end up with a 24 hours gastro bug...!


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    LOL...my old Ridgeback was like that. Any face within licking range got a full on smooch !!

    Luckily the goofs dont do it....they probably complain about me kissing them too much !!!!

    Cant say i ever got crook from it though. you need to smooch more often and build up an immunity.


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    LOL
    We only have rainwater here and when we cleaned the watertank at the end of last summer we found a dead possum and something else that was already unidentifiable. With the receding water level my immune system must have gone through some pretty damn hard core training. Yet, it still doesn't seem to compare to what's in this dogs mouth!

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    I am not keen at all, but then I also live on a sheep farm and have to be mindful of hydatid tapeworm and other tapeworms etc. I do worm for it but fox faeces and sheep innards are not uncommon around the place. One of my dogs enjoys dog poop and they all love sheep poo and fox poo and owl upchucks and the occassional dead roo. LOL

    Yes we found a dead rat among other things in our rainwater tank that fed the house.

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    well, when i used to visit an old breeder friends place, was common for me to be mobbed and licked to deth by 2 or more of the dogs.
    best cure for depression yet

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    My Banjo is a licker, but she rarely gets me in the mouth fortunately. I still tell her 'no licking' when I pat her and always stop patting when she does, but it's in her genes. I hate it! But I put up with it up to a point.

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    quote beloz - "but it's in her genes"

    very true, they lick because they have too to help puppy's get out of sack/clean when they are born.
    but is also as a sign of submissiveness
    or just plain love and affection

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    Lol if you let Bella she will be all up in your business, Harley is the sneaky one. I have coped a few sloppy kisses before.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    But some breeds are just more licky than others, I reckon. My staghound x very rarely tried to lick me for example. Other dogs I've known will try but quickly learn to not do it if they want attention. Not mine though. Sometimes you can see her try not to lick really, really hard. But she just can't help herself. She'll often do air licking when we tell her not to lick.

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    I can't wait for my fur baby slobby kisses! My OH is disgusted by the idea but I will be smooching it up big time. Also being an inside dog there is less chance of poo breath! Last time i was at a dog show talking to my breeder I knelt down to take a photo of one of her champion bulldogs and he leapt up and kissed me all over the chin, I loved it! Bring it on I say, what's the point of a fur baby without smooches?

    I totally agree with jadielee87's signature 'There's no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face!' Though I have the feeling that my OH will make me wash my face before I get to kiss him again.

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