We all love our dogs, but do we love our dogs this much?

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If there is one thing you can guarantee about Buffalo, it is that Buffalo loves its dogs.

Whether big dogs or little dogs, the 716 is home to many great dogs and dog owners.

Just look at any park or residential neighborhood, you will see tons of people out walking and running with their pups. And of course, you can't forget all of the great doggy clothes that are out there. There's nothing like strolling by your local dog part to see a pup wearing a number 17 Buffalo Bills jersey.

As a doggy daddy myself, I can tell you that I love my dogs with all of my heart. There is nothing better than coming home from a long day at work to some puppy love and doggy kisses. It just warms my heart and makes me feel all sorts of giddy.

However, there is one place where I draw the line, and that is letting my dog lick me in the mouth.

I happened to be traveling a few weeks ago, and there was another lady who was on the plane with her two dogs. The dogs were out of their travel kennel, which personally I'm fine with, but she was letting them lick her all over the face and mouth.

No!

I was disgusted. There ain't no way am letting that happen.

Do you know the kind of things my dogs lick on a daily basis?

I also know I can't be the only one who feels this way, so I posed the question to my Facebook network and let's just say I am surprised by some of your answers.

What about you? Do you let your dogs lick you on the face?

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