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edit Little Known Dog-Related Hazards

edit Doggable

FlammableDog
Hazard
Dogs that have an extremely low flash point and boiling point, and gases that catch fire in contact with air.
Safety measures
Do not expose to high temperatures; do not smoke nearby; do not place in microwave.

edit Dogsidising

OxidisingDog
Hazard
Dogs that react exothermically with other substances.
Safety measures
Do not expose to flammable dogs (see Flammable Dogs); do not expose to unstable chemicals; keep toilet lids closed.

edit Dogsplosive

ExplosiveDog
Hazard
Dogs that explode.
Safety measures
Do not expose to high temperatures; do not puncture (even when dead); do not leave for prolonged periods in direct sunlight; do not allow to jump off elevated surfaces; avoid games of fetch.And don't allow to have sex with other dogs.

edit Dogxic

ToxicDog
Hazard
Dogs that at very low levels cause damage to health.
Safety measures
Do not consume; avoid drool; wash hands after each and every contact.

edit Dogorrosive

CorrosiveDog
Hazard
Dogs that may destroy living tissue on contact.
Safety measures
Do not expose to bare, unprotected skin; keep away from other pets (including children).

edit Doggerous for the environment

EnvironmentalDog
Hazard
Dogs that may present an immediate or delayed danger to one or more components of the environment.
Safety measures
Do not expose dog or its excrements to the environment.
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