And seriously, do not let your dog lick your face when it is sick or it has diarrhea. But asymptomatic carriers can still infect other people and make them sick. If you are concerned about contact with dogs and your health, always talk to your doctor. So you may not even realize that your pup caused your stomach bug. People can also carry some of these bacteria like Campylobacter asymptomatically too, Reynold says, so even if your dog spreads them to you it doesn't always mean you'll get sick — especially if you have a robust immune system. You should take extra precautions when your dog has diarrhea, says Reynolds, since your dog is shedding millions of microorganisms in their poop. You should also wash your hands right after a dog licks them, or at least before touching your face and eating, since this is another way that pathogens can enter your body. You can get these from dog kisses or from contact with infected feces. Actually, there are several kinds of bacteria and parasites in dog saliva that can make you pretty sick.
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