Why Do Dogs Bite Their Tails?

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Dog bites their tails for various reasons including allergy reactions. Flea infection or canine compulsive disorder which affects dogs as a result of stress or allergies can also make dogs to bite their tails.
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One of the biggest causes of dogs biting their tails or anywhere else on their body is the presence of fleas or another biting insect. A dog cannot reach all of its body with its
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Maybe because they have litle dirty or spikey thing that bothers, or maybe they are itching or maybe its a bug or flea.
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