As soon as a dog bites a human, the first thing we do is run for the bathroom, put on our coats and go outside.
“If you don’t have the means, then you just put on the coat and go,” said Mike Smith, a pet owner from California.
In recent years, the numbers of people bitten by dogs in the U.S. have skyrocketed.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 5,823,816 reported dog bites in 2015, compared to 2,977,817 in 2014.
Many people believe that people can protect themselves by taking steps like keeping pets indoors.
But there is a lot of evidence that shows otherwise.
It’s been known for years that dogs and cats have a lot in common, according to a recent study by the National Institutes of Health.
The study found that, even though they’re often misidentified as different species, dogs and people are genetically related, meaning that they share the same genes.
People who own dogs and cat are much more likely to have genetic problems.
One study found there was a 40 percent greater chance that someone with an animal allergy would have a severe allergic reaction to their dog or cat, compared with a person who doesn’t have a dog allergy.
Smith says that, while he has never had an allergy, he has been bitten by a dog once in his life.
If you’ve ever had an allergic reaction, it’s important to get tested to make sure you’re not having a reaction to something you’re allergic to.
If you have any symptoms or have ever had a reaction, get tested.
And if you’ve had anaphylaxis, get emergency medical attention immediately.
There is no cure for dog bites, and while there are medications to treat dog bites and cats, the best treatment is medication, Smith said.
Even if you have allergies, it might be helpful to be aware of what your dog is eating, Smith added.
He recommends getting a good-quality cat food that’s free of salt, sugar and fat.
Also, keep your dog on a leash.
Dogs tend to jump on people, so if you see him in a crowd, just take him outside, he can’t bite you, Smith advises.
For more information about dog bites from other countries, see Dogs from Other Countries article