Yes, Dogs Are Clean Enough for Hospitals

You may worry that service dogs or therapy dogs are not hygienic enough for the hospitals and other medical facilities they’re allowed in, especially since they may put their paws on the bed of a patient they’re trying to comfort. But research conducted at Utrecht University in the Netherlands shows that dogs’ paws are cleaner […]
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