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    An_220617 posted:
    well, when get home from work or any where, my little angel has to be picked up and she sometimes kisses me right on the mouth before I can turn away-I think she likes the smell of my lipstick because she also smells my lips-I have never gotten sick from her little kisses because I usually wipe my mouth then.
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Anon_179040 and thank you for posting!

    It sounds like your little angel is very happy to see you when you return home and is making sure you know that. You might enjoy reading and responding to this recent thread on Kissing Your Pooch .

    What sort of dog is she?

    Byroney
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