A dog’s death in a gravel pit can be the death of an animal.
But there’s a way to mitigate the risk to the dog.
A team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has found that placing a little bit of gravel in a dog’s mouth before feeding or bathing them may prevent a fatal infection.
Their research is published in the journal PLoS ONE.
A bit of rock in the mouth of a dog is not a big deal for the dog, but when it comes to humans, a little rock is not good enough.
So the researchers took a closer look at what happens if you put a rock in your dog’s teeth before feeding them.
What happens is that bacteria enter the tooth, which is a bit like a little watery eye in your mouth.
When that happens, the bacteria then start colonizing the mouth, and that bacteria gets to work.
As the bacteria are colonizing your dog, it’s hard to get the bacteria out.
When the bacteria get out, the dog dies.
This is why the researchers thought it might be important to test whether a dog can survive a small amount of bacteria before a death, because if you can kill that bacteria, it means that your dog doesn’t have to go through what happens to many other animals.
So, they decided to test how quickly a dog dies if you take a little gravel into their mouth.
They gave their dogs a choice between two doses of gravel, and they either swallowed the gravel or let it go.
The researchers found that taking the gravel into the mouth before the dog ate it prevented a death.
And they found that they didn’t have a problem with the dogs dying if they were given the gravel before they ate the food.
The researchers did note that the bacteria that were killed in this way could also get into the dog’s stomach, and the dogs would likely die.
The most likely explanation is that the dogs were eating the gravel because they were hungry, but the researchers also found that this could have been caused by the animals not eating the food before it was eaten.
And if they hadn’t eaten the food, the dogs likely would have died of dehydration.
So how can you avoid death if you let a dog die in a place where you shouldn’t?
It all comes down to the amount of food the dog was eating before swallowing it.
If your dog was fed grass, the gravel would be a safe and effective method of removing the bacteria from your dog.
But if you’re feeding a lot of water and it’s not grass, you’re going to get a death from overfeeding.
It’s better to give a dog a small piece of gravel than to give them a big piece of grass.