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Many dogs lick their paws and they do it for a variety of reasons. Before you start correcting your dog for the constant licking, it is important to figure out the cause. One very common cause of dogs licking their paws is allergies. Allergies can be environmental or caused by their diet. Pay attention and see if the licking corresponds to a certain time of year. That will typically tell us that the reason is an environmental allergy.
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Why Does My Dog... Lick and Chew His Feet?
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Why Does My Dog Lick His Paws?
You have probably noticed your dog licking his paws from time to time. It's normal for dogs to lick their paws occasionally, but excessive paw-licking may be a sign of a problem. If you see your dog frequently licking his paws, it's time to take some action. Dogs typically lick their paws as a part of self-grooming.
Have you ever wondered: why does my dog lick my feet? For some owners, this behavior may seem odd. But licking is a perfectly normal behavior for dogs. They lick to communicate and to take in their surroundings. Bitches lick their pups to communicate affection and to provide necessary care.
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