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Can a Human Woman get pregnated by a animal?
Aug 10, 2004

Can a Human Woman get pregnated by a animal? Such as dogs and horses. Also can women receieve any type of diseases from intercorse?

Just curious.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

Dogs, horses???? Hmmmmm . . . I've heard of folks loving their pets before, but this would be crossing the line, don't you think?

No, dogs and horses cannot impregnate humans. Why do you ask?

Next, "can women receive any type of diseases from 'intercorse'?" Hmmmm . . . I'll bet you've been home-schooled, haven't you? Yes, women (and men) can get a variety of diseases from unprotected intercourse. We call these STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). Check out the archives on this site and related links for additional information. And whatever you are considering doing to Toto or Seabiscuit don't!

Dr. Bob



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