Why Do Dogs Kick Their Back Legs?

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When dogs kick their back legs, they are actually responding to scratch reflex. This can often be seen when you scratch a dogs belly or backs. This movement is totally involuntary and only responds when an area called the 'saddle region' is being stimulated.
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because it feels good to themand plus its their g spot.
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In hot climates, dogs are usually seen panting, with their tongues hanging out of the mouth as they possess very few sweat glands (located in the paws) This position is another way
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Dogs sometimes kick their legs when you scratch them because of the scratch reflex. It's a completely involuntary reaction, which explains why your dog may look as puzzled as you
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