Dog Chewing Paw Pad?


If your dog is chewing its paw pad, it most likely has an allergy. Atopic dermatitis is an allergy that resembles hay fever in humans, but in dogs it results in foot chewing rather than sneezing. Possible allergans can be pollen, insects, or dust mites. It is also possible that your dog has a flea allergy. Dogs with this allergy will chew their paws and tail area.
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Many times, dogs chew their paws because of an irritant in the paw area. They may have stepped in something, or may have something stuck to them. Check the area and be sure to clean
The dog may have an injury to her paw, pad or nail, or have something stuck to it like tar or a thorn. Check the dog's pads and nails thoroughly. If you notice a minor wound, clean
Remove the gum in any of several ways. If you have a calm dog, one way is to freeze it with an ice cube and cut off the gum. Use cooking oil to soak the gum and you should be able
Was her pad really dry & cracking? it may be irritating her so she's gnawing at it. you need to keep her from chewing on it. an e collar would be best. also, get some pet first
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