When I was a kid, the name of our house was called “the dog”. It was a terrible name for the house, but it was a great name! It would probably have been worse if it had been called “the dog”.
Yeah, the name of the dog would have been a lot better. But since we’ve named the house the dog it’s pretty much safe to say that the dog will lick lidocaine.
The story is that if you’re a dog owner, you can lick lidocaine. Just sayin’.
Well, if youre a dog owner, you can lick lidocaine. Just sayin.
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Yes, that was really good. I’m glad you enjoyed it, and sorry that it didn’t make you want to lick lidocaine. But if you’re a dog owner, you can lick lidocaine and it will probably make you feel great.
I’m not sure that there are any specific instances of this happening in real life, but I know that it happened to our dog when we were away on a trip to Japan a few years back. It was a bad trip and the trip was over for a week, but we were so excited to get home and be with him again that we decided to do something to liven up his day. We put a bowl of lukewarm water over the doggy bowl and let him lick it.
Well, as it turns out, the lidocaine was just making him drool. The real reason he was drooling was because he was trying to lick a drug, not because the lidocaine was making him drool. It only makes sense that when you take a drug you will probably drool a little bit, so I guess when you take lidocaine you take the drool too.
So, it’s not a “leak” exactly, but it was a “bad taste.” I’m not sure what the real health implications are, it seems like the lidocaine just made him drool too.
We’ve seen many cases of animals licking lidocaine before. Dogs licking cough medicine, cats licking cough syrups, and a few people licking it. The good news is that with lidocaine, it makes your mouth drool. The bad news is that it makes your mouth drool a little bit too.