Why Do Dogs Bite Their Legs?

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Dogs bite their leg for no medical reason at all. However, most of the times dogs do this when they have a sensitive skin, have an insect bite or when they are scratched. It is generally normal, unless it becomes an obsession.
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1. Give your dog a thorough flea shampoo. The most common reason for leg biting is skin irritation, and nothing literally bugs a dog worse than fleas. A thorough medicated shampoo
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Umm I am not that sure,but my best guess is that some dogs have fleas and to my knowledge fleas are horrible, so im guessing they try to bite of the fleas. Well that's a good guess
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There are several reasons why dogs bite. Sometimes the dog is food aggressive which means that it is protective of its food. Sometimes they bite due to fear and sometimes they will
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Even if a dog bites doesn't break the skin, you should still wash the area thoroughly with soap and water and observe it for a few days. If you see any signs of irritation, swelling
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