Can a person get a dog sick?
Most of these sicknesses that we get are from anaerobic bacteria which means that oxygen will kill it. A dogs mouth however air is able to pass through making it VERY hard for the bacteria to get in. (Why a dogs mouth is cleaner then a humans)
We on the other hand are able to get bacteria much easier because we have cheeks which creates an environment perfect for bacteria to hide. To answer the question yes they actually can get it but the chances are so astronomical that we have not had any cases.
They do not harbor the same strains of bacteria or viruses. Their natural flora is similar to ours but it a different straim (like comparing Wendys chicken nuggets to McDonalds McNuggets---same thing just kinda "made" different)
We discussed this in my chemistry class, mr tseirpeht which med school pre-req class did you discuss your answer in?
The strains of viruses that affect humans are different than the strains that would affect animals. Our dog had strep throat but it would be a totally different strain and could not passed on to humans.
Yeah actually you can...the sickness may not be the same name or wateva but you can pass the flu, a cold or somethng like that to a dog/cat
nope. but you can give it to guinea pigs, so be careful to protect their little hearts...
No, look up Zoonitioc on the internet.
no I dont think so...
I don't think so.