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Should we be frightened of dogs biting us when outdoors in the neighborhood?


Even if we have never been bitten?

 

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    Dubuquedogtrainer 5 years ago

    There are no fear-generated chemicals released into the air that I am aware of. The accessory olfactory system is designed to detect non-volatile pheromones in members of the same species. Fear is more likely picked up from behavioral cues.

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