A lot of us consider them as part of the family, treating them as if they are our own children.
We lavish them with utmost love and attention, provide them with more necessities than they will ever need and make sure that they are comfortable and well cared for. Consequently, we mean the world to them and they commit to us their loyalty and affection.
We have to admit, however, that they can commit mistakes, too, with some causing harm or pain to humans. When provoked or when they find themselves in a stressful situation, man’s best friend may bite.
What do you do if your four-legged, furry baby bites you?
“Immediately wash the area with soap and flowing water. Best to seek consult to the nearest animal bite center in the area,” advised Dr. Pauleen Faustino, department head of Medicard Philippines Inc.’s Onsite Clinic Management and Health Promotion.