Why Does My Dog Lick the Couch?

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Your dog will lick his crouch in an attempt to remove dirt, debris or discharge. However, excessive licking may be indicative of a medical problem such as abnormal preputial discharge and disorders of the urethra in male dogs. In female dogs, causes may include foreign body of the urogenital tract, cancer of the urogenital tract, inflammation of the vagina and retained placenta.
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i think its because they want to see if there are any crumbs on the couch, but im not sure. hope this was helpful to you
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One reason that dogs lick is because it helps them release anxiety another reason dogs lick
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Dogs lick for a few reasons. It might be a sign of affection or submission. A submissive dog will like the underside of a dominant dog's chin to show that they are not challenging
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1. Eliminate fleas and ticks from your home by washing bedding and vacuuming carpet and upholstered furniture. Apply flea powder or spray to heavily infested areas. Wash your dog
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