A Man Bit by a Dog

090. A MAN BIT BY A DOG. A man, who had been sadly torn by a dog, was advised by some old woman, as a cure, to dip a piece of bread in the wound, and give it to the cur that bit him. He did so; and Aesop happening to pass by just at the time, asked him what he meant by it; the man informed him.
“Why then,” says Aesop, “do it as privately as you can, I beseech you; for if the rest of the dogs of the town were to see you, we should all be eaten up alive by them.” [more info]

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