The Chain Of Infection
Dog poop can carry, Cryptosporidium, Giardia Lamblia, Salmonella, E. Coli, Roundworms, Whipworms, and Tapeworms. So the first thing is that your dog has their jabs. second you take your shoes off. This is important to break the chain from shoe to carpet. and lastly don’t let you dog poop in your garden.
I watched a video on YouTube where a charity went to India to convince villagers to stop open defecation. So they went to all the places around the village and put paprika on the poop. next they went back and but food in the open and then just waited. You can guess what happened. My point is that even if you clean up, we all know that the germs will still be on the ground. walking on that ground can then transfer those germs to the floors in your home. where skin, and hands can be the entry point for them in the body.
If you would like to dig deeper into “The chain of infection transmission in the home” then read this white paper
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